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Old 08-05-10, 11:34 PM
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96mm front hub

Im not to sure where to post this but im looking fro a 96mm front hub, Im having some wheels built up and need to find one. Do they still make them or are they long gone.


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Old 08-06-10, 05:07 AM
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I have some 28 hole ones that I will send for postage, but I am betting you aren't looking for 28. Have you tried spreading the forks to 100?
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Originally Posted by bikemore View Post
Have you tried spreading the forks to 100?
+1 Take a look at 2mm on a ruler. Think about it. It's a non-issue.
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you know what, i ended up going through my stash and i found a 72 high flange hub from my old suburban, and that fit perfect.

I should have looked before i posted. though buying a new 100 is always a option i suppose.

Thank you for the help as always!
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