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Old 02-19-06, 04:09 AM   #1
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Hubs N' That

if i were to be thinking of getting a flip flop hub instead of a casette hub because all of y experience with casette hubs was bad would i be stupid.

if i were to get a casette hub would a good idea to get an oddessy hazard casette would this be a good or bad idea?

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Old 02-19-06, 08:15 AM   #2
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from someone who did what you are thinking about doing, and saved all of $40 and got a flip/flop, DONT, save up the extra $ to get a cassette, trust me, youll thank yourself later. I say this becasue i go through freewheels like every two months...
look into the Odyssey cassette if your low on cash, its only like $85 and the whole wheel is cheap as well
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