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Shimano 105 32hole hub and Hyperglide 13-21 7sp

Old 03-15-21, 04:31 PM
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Shimano 105 32hole hub and Hyperglide 13-21 7sp

These are like new, but I know they are not because I unlaced them; the wheel was unused, rim shows no brake marks, the hub shows no marks from the cassette and the cassette has *not* been cleaned - the pics show why.

$30 each and I'll pay postage in NA
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$55 the pair postage as above
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trade either one for a Campy Triomphe left arm 170mm
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trade both for a Campy Record HF 36hole rear hub - decent user quality will do.






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Old 03-19-21, 04:40 PM
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Are these priced too high?

$25 each, $40 the pair, postage included.
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It's good stuff. If I didn't already have a stash of these exact parts, I might have bit. GLWS!
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I'm interested, but I'm not convinced that the 1st position cog and lockring pictured are meant for this particular Hyperglide/Uniglide hub. All the H/U hubs that I'm familiar with have an integrated lockring with the first position cog, meant to thread onto the external part of the cassette, and you can see that external threading on the end of your cassette. What you have in your picture looks to me like a 1st position cog and separate lockring from a modern cassette (in this case, lockring would thread on the INSIDE of the cassette), and would not be compatible with the pictured hub. If you can include a picture of the entire cassette assembled and locked into place on the hub, that would change my mind. Thanks!
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Originally Posted by esotericaetc View Post
I'm interested, but I'm not convinced that the 1st position cog and lockring pictured are meant for this particular Hyperglide/Uniglide hub. All the H/U hubs that I'm familiar with have an integrated lockring with the first position cog, meant to thread onto the external part of the cassette, and you can see that external threading on the end of your cassette. What you have in your picture looks to me like a 1st position cog and separate lockring from a modern cassette (in this case, lockring would thread on the INSIDE of the cassette), and would not be compatible with the pictured hub. If you can include a picture of the entire cassette assembled and locked into place on the hub, that would change my mind. Thanks!
You can see threads on the inside of the freehub body
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Originally Posted by esotericaetc View Post
I'm interested, but I'm not convinced that the 1st position cog and lockring pictured are meant for this particular Hyperglide/Uniglide hub. All the H/U hubs that I'm familiar with have an integrated lockring with the first position cog, meant to thread onto the external part of the cassette, and you can see that external threading on the end of your cassette. What you have in your picture looks to me like a 1st position cog and separate lockring from a modern cassette (in this case, lockring would thread on the INSIDE of the cassette), and would not be compatible with the pictured hub. If you can include a picture of the entire cassette assembled and locked into place on the hub, that would change my mind. Thanks!
This is known as a UG/HG hub which can take either UG (small cog threaded on) or HG (modern style with the lock ring threaded on) cassettes
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Originally Posted by esotericaetc View Post
I'm interested, but I'm not convinced that the 1st position cog and lockring pictured are meant for this particular Hyperglide/Uniglide hub. All the H/U hubs that I'm familiar with have an integrated lockring with the first position cog, meant to thread onto the external part of the cassette, and you can see that external threading on the end of your cassette. What you have in your picture looks to me like a 1st position cog and separate lockring from a modern cassette (in this case, lockring would thread on the INSIDE of the cassette), and would not be compatible with the pictured hub. If you can include a picture of the entire cassette assembled and locked into place on the hub, that would change my mind. Thanks!
Well, I don't know much about freehubs in general or this one in particular - but I did take that cassette off that hub and those are all the parts that there were, and it all goes back together with nothing left over...

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Great, thanks for including that pic. I'll take it, but since I'm an newbie I can't PM you. Can you get a hold of me and let me know how to send payment? Thanks
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Originally Posted by oneclick View Post
Are these priced too high?

$25 each, $40 the pair, postage included.
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Great, thanks for including that pic. I'll take it, but since I'm an newbie I can't PM you. Can you get a hold of me and let me know how to send payment? Thanks
You should quote the OP to grab his attention, newbie

(though he might be subscribed)
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Originally Posted by esotericaetc View Post
Great, thanks for including that pic. I'll take it, but since I'm an newbie I can't PM you. Can you get a hold of me and let me know how to send payment? Thanks
I've sent you a pm with my email address but I do not know if you can read it if you are single-digit.
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Still for sale...
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Are these priced too high?

$25 each, $40 the pair, postage included.
They are priced just right! PM sent.
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They are priced just right! PM sent.
Sold and posted; thanks all.
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