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Old 01-26-11, 06:40 PM
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Old 02-22-11, 07:24 PM
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Old 02-22-11, 07:31 PM
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Wasn't there already a thread about this hub? I like the red ones.
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Old 02-23-11, 06:35 PM
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Wasn't there already a thread about this hub?
yes.

according to a search, you are in it.
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Old 02-23-11, 06:42 PM
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How come you propose so many designs?
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Why wouldn't you space your flanges as far apart as possible?
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Soil_Sampler, are you from Canada?

There's builder in Vancouver who is making an ISO bolt on hubs for awhile, their cogs came out earlier this year. Good hubs.

https://valliecomponents.com/
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Originally Posted by Squirrelli
Soil_Sampler, are you from Canada?

There's builder in Vancouver who is making an ISO bolt on hubs for awhile, their cogs came out earlier this year. Good hubs.

https://valliecomponents.com/
No.

I'm from SoCal.
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Old 04-21-11, 06:12 PM
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Old 04-21-11, 06:37 PM
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Those are some good looking hubs.
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Old 04-22-11, 05:34 PM
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Those are some good looking hubs.
yes.

the lockrings are nicely engineered.

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Old 04-22-11, 05:46 PM
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That lockring design is genius, imo.
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Old 04-22-11, 07:03 PM
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I love these hubs. Does anyone know where I can find one?
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Old 04-22-11, 07:27 PM
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Originally Posted by Soil_Sampler

I'm surprised noone thought of that sooner. It would be really cool if somehow you could use a 15mm to get the lockring off though.
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I'm drooling over some of the hubs in here...i need more money.
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They maybe be 32mm, which is the standard size for a headset. So any one that has that wrench hanging around it would have another use.

It would be cool if they were interchangable with the miche cog carrier, but I dont think Miche would want that, and I know Victoire wouldnt.
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Old 04-23-11, 04:01 PM
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fixkin miche carrier hub

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It would be cool if they were interchangable with the miche cog carrier
these are.

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Old 05-10-11, 05:47 PM
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These are so pretty....I need money.
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Originally Posted by Squirrelli
Soil_Sampler, are you from Canada?

There's builder in Vancouver who is making an ISO bolt on hubs for awhile, their cogs came out earlier this year. Good hubs.

https://valliecomponents.com/
The web site says the hubs and cogs are under prototype testing. Are you one of the testers?
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Old 05-23-11, 05:32 PM
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Originally Posted by jim-bob
Why wouldn't you space your flanges as far apart as possible?
really, think about it.
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there are two competing ideas here; by spacing flanges farther apart the wheel gets stronger. At the same time when the flanges are spaced the same distance from the center you can build a dishless wheel with even spoke tension on both sides. A dishless wheel will be stronger than one with dish, even if the dished one is slightly wider. This is why the hub looks the way that it does.
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Old 05-24-11, 01:02 AM
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This is a great idea and all, but what i'd really like to see is more options for straight pull spokes on fixed hubs. Cane creek is the only notable one I can think of right now.
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