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120 hub 110 rear spacing

Old 11-18-22, 08:59 PM
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120 hub 110 rear spacing

Looking at getting a NJS frame with 110 rear spacing but want to use a 120 hub. Will this work without having to cold set the frame to 120? I know someone on this forum has tried.
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testertips all you have to do is change the spacers and the axle . Or just cut the axle down .

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It depends on the design of the hub. You might be able to swap out the locknuts for thinner ones. Can you show pics and describe the hub?
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Originally Posted by 1989Pre
It depends on the design of the hub. You might be able to swap out the locknuts for thinner ones. Can you show pics and describe the hub?
The hub is a DA-HB 7600 fixed/fixed, but I put that potential project to bed. On to a new project that includes gears.
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