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    APB for a DT/Hugi 240 Rear Hub Axle...

    In the off chance someone somewhere knows where I can get one. In the East Bay.

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    You might want to regroup and ask that question again with more specific details.

    I have a 2010 Rumblefish 2 with ABP and I am running a DT Swiss 240s rear hub.
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    Quote Originally Posted by magnetosphere
    You might want to regroup and ask that question again with more specific details.

    I have a 2010 Rumblefish 2 with ABP and I am running a DT Swiss 240s rear hub.
    APB stands for All Points Bulletin.

    It's copper terminology.

    ABP stands for snapped seat stay. It's marketing terminology.

    I need an axle for a DT/hugi rear mountain hub.

    Bueller?
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    I have a 240s hub (well, it's the hub of a dt 1540 wheel set, which I believe has the 240 hubs) on a wheel that I'm not currently using. Not totally sure what you want but if this is a situation where you need a part now you can pull what you need off my wheel as long as you return it in a month or so. Lemme know.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Plim
    I have a 240s hub (well, it's the hub of a dt 1540 wheel set, which I believe has the 240 hubs) on a wheel that I'm not currently using. Not totally sure what you want but if this is a situation where you need a part now you can pull what you need off my wheel as long as you return it in a month or so. Lemme know.
    That's very generous of you Plim!

    I'm not really in a rush - just impulsive as hell.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iheartbicycles
    That's very generous of you Plim!

    I'm not really in a rush - just impulsive as hell.

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    Dayum. Sharp Bikes in lafayette had 2 in stock. Freeking amazing. I called Sharp, Mikes, Missing link, Cycle sport, Robinson, Cal Ped, Pegasus and Danville Bikes before heading down there with the intent of ordering one.

    Rule number 1 of working with bike shops ALWAYS and ONLY talk to the owner. I would have only made 1 call had I followed my own rule (Sharps shop grom told me they didn't have any)

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    Hey

    Quote Originally Posted by iheartbicycles
    In the off chance someone somewhere knows where I can get one. In the East Bay.

    Thanks,
    Ive never found anyone who stocks DT sm/spare parts. I buy most of my DT stuff from universal. They have pretty much everything and its usually in stock.

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