Re[2]: of seatposts and hubs

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Roger Davies wrote:
>As for light weight hubs, the answer is not far off I have a design and only on
>Friday found someone very willing to maufacture them: but they will need new
>bearing housings.

Do tell more! I’m about (I hope) to have something made for me. But I would much
rather buy a hub and bearing housings from you than go through the hassle of
having different ones made out here.

I know you have a love for lightness. But will they be super strong? I want
something that either won’t break, or will be reasonably priced and replaceable
(make lots of them).

John Foss (a little sore after riding the MUni Weekend Expert trail in Auburn
yesterday – THE OPPOSITE WAY!)

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