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PostPosted: Tue Sep 13, 2011 5:56 pm 
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Hi,

Can someone please give me a heads up to which HOPE hubs these are? I cannot find for the life of me find a part no. etc...! I know they are an older model but are in excellant condition and spin perfectly :-)

Will be looking to sell in due course.

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Nigel


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PostPosted: Tue Sep 13, 2011 8:13 pm 
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The rear is a Ti-Glide and the front is a Fatso! I'd be interested in buying if your selling!!


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ditto


check them (red parts) for any cracks or starts of hairline cracks from where it joins the titanium sleeve in the middle. The fronts are quite susceptible to them, the rear have been known to also.


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PostPosted: Tue Sep 13, 2011 10:57 pm 
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Put me in the queue as interested to buy please. :)


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hypthetically, if i were to offer my n.o.s 36h silver pair for sale, what might they be worth?


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benbonty wrote:
The rear is a Ti-Glide and the front is a Fatso! I'd be interested in buying if your selling!!


I'd say the front is a suspension not a fatso :?


kanerdog1x1 wrote:
hypthetically, if i were to offer my n.o.s 36h silver pair for sale, what might they be worth?

80-100 :? or thereabout


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dyna-ti wrote:
benbonty wrote:
The rear is a Ti-Glide and the front is a Fatso! I'd be interested in buying if your selling!!


I'd say the front is a suspension not a fatso :?


It's a FatSo

If you cannot gauge the diameter of it, then look at the end caps. The Fatso is the only one where the end cap incorporates the 9mm axle dropout part, as it does not use a one piece axle.
The others slide over the axle.


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[quote="FluffyChicken"

It's a FatSo

If you cannot gauge the diameter of it, then look at the end caps. The Fatso is the only one where the end cap incorporates the 9mm axle dropout part, as it does not use a one piece axle.
The others slide over the axle.[/quote]

Righto :)
Had a look at the exploded view


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dyna-ti wrote:
[quote="FluffyChicken"

It's a FatSo

If you cannot gauge the diameter of it, then look at the end caps. The Fatso is the only one where the end cap incorporates the 9mm axle dropout part, as it does not use a one piece axle.
The others slide over the axle.


Righto :)
Had a look at the exploded view[/quote]

I only know because I have one and recently pinched the bearings out of it for a Bottom Bracket :)


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[quote="FluffyChicken"

I only know because I have one and recently pinched the bearings out of it for a Bottom Bracket :)[/quote]

what BB uses them :?


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