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Old 02-27-2010, 07:53 PM
GeneFiorot GeneFiorot is offline
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Default Re: Alternatives to Jim's Sprocket Adapter

Originally Posted by Terry Blow View Post
$35 to have your wheel re lace plus the cost of a new hub that would be why. When all you have to do is speak to jim him self problem solved
Yea well not every hub is able to have an adapter made for it so my question is even more basic
we all ride at speeds not designed for bicycle bearings and hubs and nobody is asking Jim to make a standard hub with tapered roller bearings. For my physical safety and drastic improvement in reliability whats 35 bucks to re-lace a wheel? I would buy a hub would you?

And if you had a good motor who needs a 3 speed anyway.

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