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Old 05-13-19, 04:14 PM
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Carbonated
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I'll replace the hub

Originally Posted by Koyote View Post
Even if the cups or cones are a bit knackered (but not too much), you can pack 'em full of good grease and they will run smoothly. At least, that's true of the cheapie hubs that came on my commuter bike.
I think I will buy a new free hub as suggested and that will take care of the drive side.
I will try regreasing the cup on the non drive side and hopefully it will be OK. If not, I would like to replace the cup rather than trashing the hub.
Now to order the hub.
Thanks!
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