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Originally Posted by Troul
Not concerned with hubs. Rear & front derailleurs are hard to keep clean as well as cassettes.
Thatís not due to the design nor level of components. Thatís user error. I havenít cleaned a cassette or rear derailer in more than 20 years. All these are in useÖi.e. not cleaned before photos. Some have been in use for thousands of miles.

Hint: quit using oil.
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