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    Stan's SS Rear hub

    Anyone have a picture of the Stan's SS 3.3 rear hub? Is it splined or threaded?

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    I would bet it would be splined. Who uses threaded anymore?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CupOfJava View Post
    I would bet it would be splined. Who uses threaded anymore?
    White Industries...

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    yea and they're still stuck on square taper...

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    Haha...fair call

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    My Chub hub is threaded as well.

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    Stan's SS hub does use a freehub.

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    OK, thanks peoples. I'll need to pick up a freewheel when I order my set.

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    Quote Originally Posted by frdfandc View Post
    OK, thanks peoples. I'll need to pick up a freewheel when I order my set.
    If your set is going to be the Stan's hubs, a freehub does not use a freewheel. You will just need a cog.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BrianU View Post
    If your set is going to be the Stan's hubs, a freehub does not use a freewheel. You will just need a cog.




    /\ This, the Stan's SS hub uses a cassette style cog, not a freewheel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AZ.MTNS View Post
    /\ This, the Stan's SS hub uses a cassette style cog, not a freewheel.


    Sorry. My misunderstanding with the thread being sidetracked above about White Industries and Chub hubs.

    I'll just re-use what I have then.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CupOfJava View Post
    I would bet it would be splined. Who uses threaded anymore?
    Phil Wood

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    And square tapers rule!
    Thanks to www.weavercycleworks.com for my awesome bike frames!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Manicmtbr View Post
    Phil Wood

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    And square tapers rule!
    this.

    I also love my WI eno eccentric. makes SS'ing older bikes very easy.
    “I don't like jail, they got the wrong kind of bars in there”

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