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    Sun-Ringle Lawwill rear hub

    it looks to be pritty good but i dont know any one who has one or has had one, so what r ur thoughts on it?

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    Have one on my M1, no problems. Some times the cassette will lock up, from what I've heard from a very reliable bike shop wrench. Supposedly an easy fix though. Ringl'e has probably fixed this by now. Was a couple of years back when this was a problem on a few hubs.

    Has a loud ratchet sound, so if you want a silent hub, look else were. Me, I like it. No need for a bell. Bearing are pretty stout as well, no problems yet, but are easily replaced. Smooth rolling also.

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    I've had it for a little while now, excellent hub. No problems so far. Isn't this hub on the Stab supremes?
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    Yeah they are uber loud
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    i have one...its nice and theres no problems
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    Loud hubs, I don't own them but I've tried them and liked them.

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    k now what about the Lawwill frame adapter, i was just lookin on the Ringle site and it had frame adapter for frames that have non-lawwill rear ends. and could i get a 12mm step axle to fit a 10mm X 135mm drop out?

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    They're great hubs. My Hadleys are louder than Joe's Ringles though. Haha.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sombrio69
    k now what about the Lawwill frame adapter, i was just lookin on the Ringle site and it had frame adapter for frames that have non-lawwill rear ends. and could i get a 12mm step axle to fit a 10mm X 135mm drop out?
    no. just run the QR one. didn't you just ask this question on ridemonkey?
    lawwill is from the old yeti/schwinn straight 8 DH bikes. back in 2000?
    the frame would just use the hub without the extra spacer on the non-drive side. with the spacer it makes it 135mm spacing.
    there, now stop confusing yourself

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    Quote Originally Posted by DHS
    no. just run the QR one. didn't you just ask this question on ridemonkey?
    lawwill is from the old yeti/schwinn straight 8 DH bikes. back in 2000?
    the frame would just use the hub without the extra spacer on the non-drive side. with the spacer it makes it 135mm spacing.
    there, now stop confusing yourself
    nope not me, i dont post on ridemonkey. so just to get this right, u r saying i WILL need that extra spacer? and what QR one r u talkin bout, i have not seen any QR Lawwill hubs?

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