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Discussion in 'Motorized Bicycle General Discussion' started by bigbutterbean, Jun 15, 2012.
Damn that sucks. I hope you get it right.
as long as I dont go over $200 on the wheels, I guess I can live with it. heavy duty wheels are usually not cheap.
If you could live without the cassette, these are:
A cassette hub is stronger hub because the bearings are farther apart.
Looks like a threaded freewheel to me.
without a cassette, I would not be able to install a shift kit, which is the entire purpose of rebuilding my bike and converting it to multi-speed. I already have a heavy duty coaster wheel, so there would be no point in buying a new rear wheel if it doesnt have a cassette. im not just replacing the wheel I have, im upgrading to a totally different setup. I emailed chainganglowrider, and they do not carry any cassette hubs. I am going to buy a 26" cassette hub with 12g spokes. im all set. mods, you can close thhis thread.
Mat-man,I own that wheel. It has a 16 tooth BMX freewheel on it.
welcome to my ignore list, d fizzle.
Really? You need help.
I mean you needed help and that's all I was trying to do. Sorry if your eyesight is short.
And doesn't everyone who posted on a thread get an email notification when ANYONE posts?
Thanks for the info, I did not realize a shift kit would not work with a 6 (cog)
speed threaded freewheel hub.
its really not important now, since I have chosen the wheel setup that I want, and I dont need any more help with it.