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    Early Christmas

    Mikesee served as my own personal Santa last week and brought me this;

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    With any luck the frame will be here for christmas. I'm keeping my fingers crossed Steve.

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    what frame are you adding the wheels to?

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    Coconino deliciousness.

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    Enjoy those wheels... the 240s are AWESOME!!!

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    Nice wheels and good call with Coconino. Steve does beautiful work. Looking forward to seeing the complete ride!

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    Quote Originally Posted by can't get right
    Mikesee served as my own personal Santa last week and brought me this;

    wheels.jpg

    hub.jpg

    With any luck the frame will be here for christmas. I'm keeping my fingers crossed Steve.
    Don't get me wrong I love those wheels they look hot and Coconino is a mint choice ideed but can someone explain to me why a hub that says "Single Speed" but appears to have enough room for a full freewheel? Just curious... Seriously though I love the wheels, they look tip top!

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    Quote Originally Posted by chumbox
    but can someone explain to me why a hub that says "Single Speed" but appears to have enough room for a full freewheel?
    adjustable chain line.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scooter916
    adjustable chain line.
    now that's a freakin good idea! Ok I officially like those hubs even more than I already did... merry christmas

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    Very nice. I'm jealous!

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    Quote Originally Posted by nspace
    Nice wheels and good call with Coconino. Steve does beautiful work. Looking forward to seeing the complete ride!
    Now that my 401k is a 201k the rest will be built with stuff I had in the garage. Not that I have a garage anymore but I do have a lot more time to ride. Living the dream in a van down by the river.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chumbox
    Don't get me wrong I love those wheels they look hot and Coconino is a mint choice ideed but can someone explain to me why a hub that says "Single Speed" but appears to have enough room for a full freewheel? Just curious... Seriously though I love the wheels, they look tip top!
    Equal offset with the disc mount so there is zero dish.

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    Nice wheels! The guys at my lbs are always busting my balls for not riding Swiss hubs - they are sweet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scooter916
    adjustable chain line.
    Seems to work.
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    Save a tree & wipe your butt with an owl.
    Thank your local Sierra Club.

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