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no flange Campy hubs used how?

Old 07-14-11, 04:08 AM
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no flange Campy hubs used how?

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My first thought was they were used with some sort of disk but the seller says he doesn't think so in his answer to another person's question.
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english good sentance structure lame picture nice.

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Screwed up 36 hole Record low flange hubs, machined, and poorly I might add, to be useless, or darn close to it. That's what I think and I am surprised that Speedbicycles would offer such a product, without a decent disclaimer.

There is a revision, to the listing, suggesting that the hubs are not precisely machined.
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So my second thought, "expensive paper weights" is more accurate.
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