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    Nashbar hub

    Nashbar has a single speed cassette disk hub for $50. I couldn't find any reviews but it seems like a good deal.

    Anybody have one of these or an opinion on this hub?

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    Same hub as the On-One (who designed it), Novatec (who makes it and relabeled it to sell to others without On-One's knowledge) and Woodman. Good hub. Heavy. Bolt on only.
    The trouble with common sense is it is no longer common

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    You might want to check out IRO. They have a disc single speed hub that uses a cassette free wheel like the one you mentioned. Their website says it uses regular BMX and King cogs. They don't have any pictures yet though. I'm just hoping its not another rip off of the same On-One design.

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