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    Hadley hubs

    Anybody know a better place than Jenson to get Hadley hubs? 20mm front, 10x135 bolt-on rear. Both 32 holes. Jenson has both for 400$, I can't seem to find any better than this...
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    have you guys even read my post? Go-ride totals at 450$, bikebling at 430$

    Damn kids...
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    Quote Originally Posted by PissedOffCil
    have you guys even read my post? Go-ride totals at 450$, bikebling at 430$

    Damn kids...
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    Getting better... I bet Jenson can order the other colors too...
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    Couldn't hurt to ask, but I would be surprised if they special ordered them for you and gave you better pricing.

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    That remains to be seen but what they have in stock isn't marked as discount...

    http://www.jensonusa.com/store/produ...Disc+Hubs.aspx

    They're not the exact models I'm after so it could a bit more expensive.
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    Try Larry at Mountain High Cyclery. That is where I bought my Hadley wheels and he seems to sell a fair amount of them.

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    ride-this has pretty decent pricing!!! But everything is out of stock... Thx anyways
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    Balle Racing is a good guy to deal with. Looks like he is priced at $400 though.
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    He's got the in silver in stock!!! Mmmmmmmmmmm tempting!

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    Looking at Balle's website they specify this for the Hadley hubs : "Uses Hayes offset disc mounting surface". Never heard of that before... what this offset about?
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    Sounds like a throwback to the Wild West days of disc brake standards. Nowadays we would just call it IS 6-bolt mounting.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PissedOffCil
    have you guys even read my post? Go-ride totals at 450$, bikebling at 430$

    Damn kids...
    Yes damn kids who're trying to help you :P
    Last edited by styonile; 11-05-2009 at 06:52 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AL29er
    Sounds like a throwback to the Wild West days of disc brake standards. Nowadays we would just call it IS 6-bolt mounting.
    That sounds a little more familiar! Thx
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    Balle Racing had the best prices when I was looking.

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    Looks like it. Jenson is still cheaper but availability might be a problem. I'll check it all out soon enough!

    Mmmmmmmmmmmm, smells of new wheelset!
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    Quote Originally Posted by PissedOffCil
    Anybody know a better place than Jenson to get Hadley hubs? 20mm front, 10x135 bolt-on rear. Both 32 holes. Jenson has both for 400$, I can't seem to find any better than this...
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