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  1. #1
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    Oct 2004

    New question here. 135mm Spacing on a Suzue Pro Max Fixed/Free hub?

    Can the Suzue Pro Max SB Fixed/Free Rear hubs be easily spaced to 135mm?

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    I'd be pretty surprised if it could not.

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    yes ur can change it but...

    you will probably have to change the axel and use a longer one to add more spacers. i did it on one of my bikes and it works fine. good luck!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fast Eddy
    I'd be pretty surprised if it could not.
    I'd be pretty suprised if:
    The earth wasn't flat...
    The moon wasn't made out of cheese....
    I couldn't clear that gap.

    I guess what I'm lookin' for here, is somebody that actually knows if this can be done.

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