Hi, I’m still not sure if I want to sell it but I’m leaning on the selling side a little bit more than keeping it. I had trouble with my other old Ti hub and yesterday I thought I had twist this one too, unfortunatly it’s only my cranks so I may want to sell it before something goes wrong with it. I think just I need the strongest hub/cranks for my unicycle instead of light a light crankset.
Anyway, I’ve been riding it for a week now, so nothing too big has been done on it, only 2 big drop gap. I used it for Trials. It stills looks new, as I said I only used it a week so it’s not even dirty.
I’m asking $300 CAN OBO, I might also consider a trade (with money) for a 2010 KH Cr-Mo hub if anyone wants to upgrade his uni. Pictures coming soon…
That’s not going to instill any potential buyers with much confidence in the hub. I certainly wouldn’t want to spend $300 on a hub if the person who I’m buying it from is getting rid of it because they think something it going to go wrong with it.
I think his point is that he is probably a bit harder on the hub than a Ti spindle can handle. It would be fine for a lightweight road build, or even an XC MUni, but for big stuff the Ti spindle is probably not the best fit.
Yeah, that’s what I mean, I though it was twisted yesterday so I just want to be sure it wont twist for real. With a Cr-Mo hub I wont be scared of twisting it anymore. As I said, I think I need the strongest hub and cranks possible. I’m sure if it’s on a road machine or an extra light XC uni it will be good.
I quite like the idea of pulling bearings off an Exceed hub because I have no use for 42mm bearings, plus if I ever got a Ti hub I wouldn’t ruin it by running flange-bending plain gauge spokes. Double butted ‘ftw’. Small flanges are nice… light, sturdy, and minimalist. Less to bash about if you do trials or street too. I’ve seen a few mullered KH flanges and Koxx flanges from sidehop/grind damage because the flanges are so big.
Small flange+ DB spokes= less maintenance than big flange+ plain gauge.
Saddly no, it’s possible with the Koxx-one hubs because their bearings are different. If I remember correctly, there’s a tool that is used on cars so you can pull these bearings off. Maybe someone on the forums know how to take them off without using the bearing puller tool. I never took any of my bearings off of one of my unis.