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    Snowcat Wheelset

    Oh boy! Just in time for winter.

    Please, someone help me get some of my bike crap out of my garage.

    Snowcat wheelset for Pugsley/ Fatbike or standard frame
    Rear wheel is currently built with reverse offset for Pugsley or Wildfire Fatbike frame. I will re-build it for a regular frame if somebody is looking for that.
    Front wheel is laced to standard size front hub. No funky offset. Will work on regular fork.
    WTB 32 hole Laserdisc Lite hubs
    15g spokes laced 3x to regular Snow cat rims
    Red alloy nipples
    New condition
    Freehub is already winterized
    $320.00

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    The ad # for that is 107271

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    Winterizing the hubs

    I never had or bothered to winterize my hubs (probably cause I don't know what it takes).
    Is it just changing the grease an such? I commuted across town all winter a few years back when I lived in Anchorage and never had any issues with my stock equipment, but now I'm looking to build up a winter specific rig and this sounds like something I may/should do.

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    Itís usually not an issue until it gets bellow zero or colder. It took about -20 for a Shimano hub of mine to act up last year. When it does start having problems, it can really suck and screw up the hub. Actually, depending on the hub, some stop freewheeling and act like a fixed gear. Others, stop engaging, slipping out when you put power down or spin out completely. Just a matter of running a lighter lube in the freehub.

    You should buy my wheelset and you wonít have to take apart your old hubs.

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