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    which 157mm rear hub for podium?

    which 157mm rear hub should I consider for a podium? I cant find many at all..
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    I have a Hope I'm happy with....
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    Bought the bike with Hope, but if I had my druthers it would be a Hadley.
    Check Balle Racing, they usually have a decent supply.

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    What kind of dumba$$ made that old MTBR post ^

    Lol!!

    I did end up with the Chris King, it took several months to get it to me. But I think everything is shipping nicely now. No complaints with the new standard 142 or 157.
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    cheers decided to go down the dt swiss 240 route...for all my bikes...they are not the cheapest but they are very light and plenty strong.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cfrench View Post


    cheers decided to go down the dt swiss 240 route...for all my bikes...they are not the cheapest but they are very light and plenty strong.
    ...don't know why I didn't think of this before...use same hubs, have interchangeable parts...will work out very economical in the long run..
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    Anyone know if the Shimano Zee or Saint hubs have adapters to run 157mm?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cfrench View Post
    ...don't know why I didn't think of this before...use same hubs, have interchangeable parts...will work out very economical in the long run..
    for sure - especially with the new 168.5mm standard that is due to start making an appearance in the spring.

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