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Early Phil Wood Front + Rear Hubset

Old 08-17-22, 03:26 PM
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Early Phil Wood Front + Rear Hubset

For Sale is an early...I believe 1st generation...Phil Wood Hubset. Both hubs are 36 hole. 100mm Front and 120mm Rear spacing. English freewheel threads. No skewers. Steel centers with aluminum flanges that show evidence of prior lacing. Both spin smoothly and show no evidence of binding or excessive play. Flaw on steel center of rear hub is one small pit...see photo where I'm pointing to it with a pencil. Flaws on steel center of front hub are two scratches.....see photo where I'm pointing to them with a pencil....and a third scratch below the Phil logo, between the "P" and the "h". Logos are in great shape, but could be replacements....what you see is how these hubs came to me.

Identical subsets have sold on eBay for $300 in the past 6 months. I'm offering them here on BF at $240 shipped to the Lower 48 States. PayPal only. Feel welcome to request additional pictures and/or ask questions.


The hubs.....the brown "halos" to the left of the logos are the result of my poor photo set up. The actual chrome is bright and shiny.

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Rear hub flaw....

Front hub flaws....
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Nice! Not sure if I'm up for building new wheels at this time. But they sure are nice!
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I bought a bike that was way too small for me because it had a set of these laced to some nice Mavic wheels. Lots of care free riding , no hub maintenance. Good luck!
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I believe that these are Generation 2 hubs.

Generation 1 hubs have the center section flared out as it enters the flanges.

Nice piece and great shape.
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man.... I wish I could justify using these on my $50 Schwinn frameset..... dang.

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