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Old 10-14-20, 01:33 PM
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With the even split to the votes, I did more research. One site had the Finish Line Premium at the top of the heap, with Phil in third place. They all rated it highly. My concern with it is that it is so light, it might not stay in place. But that's likely my curmudgeon speaking. At any rate, I did two of the three hubs with the Finish Line, and will begin building wheels later today.

And FWIW, it is massively easier to overhaul hubs when they are not built into wheels. A first for me.
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