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    how to tell which hub I have and if its through bolt compatible??

    First off I have a 2011 Gt Zaskar expert 29r. I know that they are formula hubs just not the model?..( not the best i know) I'm running them down until I have the cash for phil wood or hope. Anyway I bent my qr skewer and wanna switch to through bolt if possible I don't want mess around with small incapable skewers. Thanks for any help Cheers

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    really nobody has an idea.? wow

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    how to tell which hub I have and if its through bolt compatible??

    Quote Originally Posted by crossTrain88 View Post
    really nobody has an idea.? wow
    Yup, without seeing the hub, no idea.
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    how to tell which hub I have and if its through bolt compatible??-img_20130711_193040_931-257747110.jpghow to tell which hub I have and if its through bolt compatible??-img_20130711_193048_010432341172.jpg
    Quote Originally Posted by shiggy View Post
    Yup, without seeing the hub, no idea.
    Sir my bad I should've guessed that. I been short on common lately which is unusual for me.

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    Lol.

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    how to tell which hub I have and if its through bolt compatible??

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    Sir my bad I should've guessed that. I been short on common lately which is unusual for me.
    Not likely. Looks like a loose ball bearing hub.
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    loose ball bearing hub? What is that exactly. If I wanted a for sure I could ask a lbs i suppose.

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    how to tell which hub I have and if its through bolt compatible??

    Quote Originally Posted by crossTrain88 View Post
    loose ball bearing hub? What is that exactly. If I wanted a for sure I could ask a lbs i suppose.
    http://www.parktool.com/blog/repair-...and-adjustment

    Hubs are convertible to other axle types only if the manufacture offers the parts.
    No loose ball hub is convertible.
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    well u know the the bearing under the dust boot looks just like a bearing from say a skate board.

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    how to tell which hub I have and if its through bolt compatible??

    Quote Originally Posted by crossTrain88 View Post
    well u know the the bearing under the dust boot looks just like a bearing from say a skate board.
    I can only go by what I see in your pics.

    Bottom line: not convertible.
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    sure I understand that thanks anyway

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