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    Noob question sry What type of hub is this?
    http://www.pricepoint.com/detail/120...-Lite-Rims.htm
    I know it shimano but I wanna buy a Surly bmx cog and it says it uses shimano type 1 hub.

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    how come they are so cheap?
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    Quote Originally Posted by saltines
    Noob question sry What type of hub is this?
    http://www.pricepoint.com/detail/120...-Lite-Rims.htm
    I know it shimano but I wanna buy a Surly bmx cog and it says it uses shimano type 1 hub.
    Shimano Deore Disc hubs (that's what they were referring to in the title - the placing of the word "wheelset" makes it sound a little ambiguous).

    A Surly Cog should fit fine, just be sure to have a spacer kit of some sort so it doesn't slide around all by itself on the freehub body.

    Good luck!
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    Sweet! Good to hear. Since I already have the rims..lol,Ordered a surly cog, chainring, spacer kit and singulator last night. Can't wait to start building this thing.

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    have fun

    Quote Originally Posted by saltines
    Sweet! Good to hear. Since I already have the rims..lol,Ordered a surly cog, chainring, spacer kit and singulator last night. Can't wait to start building this thing.
    And post a pic of your handiwork when you're finished!
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