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Need help identifying these hubs please

Old 11-16-21, 03:36 PM
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Need help identifying these hubs please

I just bought a used wheelset for a good price, but I can't ID the hubs. There are no markings anywhere that I can see. Wheels are Weinmann 519, 700c. Do they look familiar to anyone?

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I see plenty of them here in our co-op. Mainly on or off of the mountain bikes sold in big box stores. They are likely a generic model sold in bulk to the wheel producers in China and Korea and perhaps Viet Nam. There are no real issues with them. They usually can stand a good bearing cleaning and repack and should give miles of riding. HTH, Smiles, MH
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