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    Cold weather use of N-360

    Anyone using an N-360 in cold (<20f) conditions on a fat bike or otherwise?
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    Possibly, depending on what n-360 is; does it involve chamois cream in any way?

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    I've been using one for a few months. The lowest temperature I've ridden in for a meaningful amount of time with it was probably around -10f, and I noticed no change in the hub's behavior.

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    I've ridden one since october in temps as low as 6f. it worked quite well.
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    I've put about 150 miles on mine in winter conditions, bike was stored in temps as low as -18F and ridden as low a 5F. Works great, temperature doesn't bother it at all.

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