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Originally Posted by RaleighSport View Post
Yes, but you'll probably want to know that you can respace the axel in the hub or replace it with a longer one, but that should usually also mean you'd need to redish the wheel as well. Others will be along who do this sort of thing to give you more info.
That would mean re-lacing the wheel, right? Sounds like a lot of work
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