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    build cost eno eccentric

    Has anybody built a wheel with the eno eccentric hub and free wheel. If so could you tell me how much it cost.

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    lacemine.com gave me the absolute lowest price on an ENO wheel build. By a mile . . .
    Thanks to www.weavercycleworks.com for my awesome bike frames!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Manicmtbr
    lacemine.com gave me the absolute lowest price on an ENO wheel build. By a mile . . .
    that website soesnt exist unless your giving me wrong url
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    http://www.lacemine29.com/

    Sorry, it was wrong. Mike See built wheels rule!
    Thanks to www.weavercycleworks.com for my awesome bike frames!

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    depending on rim and spokes, $200 should be doable.

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    I have two eno wheels (one 26 and one 29)

    non disc with super low miles....sitting in my garage.....if interested in them PM me and I can give you the specs.

    Build on each were in the $150 range with a discount...will part for less.
    Happy new year..Stuff $: Eno 29wheel (non disc), Yakima, 2 steelheads, with towers for Volvo luggage rails.

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    Orion Cycles=good stuff

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    Quote Originally Posted by jdg
    Orion Cycles=good stuff
    Quite slack in getting their order to the post (in my case).
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    I feel like ordering a new wheelset with these eno eccentric hubs myself. Just worried about the cost of shipping here to Singapore...

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    Single wheel =

    Hub - $120ish
    Spokes - $20-40
    Nipples - $0-12
    Rims - $30-80
    Labor - $30-$50
    Freewheel - $20-$70

    Ttl - $220-$370

    I've built up 2 sets of these - Great hubs. Easy geared => SS conversion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by forkboy
    Single wheel =

    Hub - $120ish
    Spokes - $20-40
    Nipples - $0-12
    Rims - $30-80
    Labor - $30-$50
    Freewheel - $20-$70

    Ttl - $220-$370

    I've built up 2 sets of these - Great hubs. Easy geared => SS conversion.
    thanks for this, i was waiting for someone to say it
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    Webcyclery has prebuilts and customs...starting at $210.. . http://webcyclery.com/product.php?pr...cat=436&page=1

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    Just had Universal Cycles rebuild my WI front and rear hubs, good pricing and nice build. I'd also recommend Chad at Red Barn.
    I only ride bikes to fill the time when I'm not skiing.

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    Don't forget Eno freewheel tool.

    switching freewheels without one is a pain..... ;o)
    Happy new year..Stuff $: Eno 29wheel (non disc), Yakima, 2 steelheads, with towers for Volvo luggage rails.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roger___
    switching freewheels without one is a pain..... ;o)
    Yep.

    And if you're going Disc, add another $40 for the disc adapter.

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    seems like 300 is more like it if you get a WI freewheel

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    26 or 29? I've got a 29 on a 355 w/ 18, 20, 22t freewheels, removal tool, and disc adapter...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roger___
    non disc with super low miles....sitting in my garage.....if interested in them PM me and I can give you the specs.

    Build on each were in the $150 range with a discount...will part for less.
    man I wish!!! I bought the hub and freewheel, and disc adapter was thrown in for free thanks to Ernesto for that , both Wi cost me 235 CAD. To build it incl a singletrack welded hoop, not pinned, cost 145. Almost 400 just for the rear wheel,another 45 for the removal tool, but its worth it, haven't had any issues with it in a years worth of riding.

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    And I've got a 26" laced to an 819 disc, brake adaptor and 17-21t freewheels, that I'd love to get rid of. Also have a matching M16 front hub laced to an 819 disc, both hubs are black, spokes are black DT Competition and nipples are black brass.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bent steel
    And I've got a 26" laced to an 819 disc, brake adaptor and 17-21t freewheels, that I'd love to get rid of. Also have a matching M16 front hub laced to an 819 disc, both hubs are black, spokes are black DT Competition and nipples are black brass.
    I'd be interested in both freewheels

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