Looking for 26" rear wheel or wheelset

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3 years 6 months ago #44714 by penguin
penguin replied the topic: Re: Looking for 26" rear wheel or wheelset
I am going to try to fix hub when time permits. Bought a set of wheels from 2phat- Hope hubs and Sun rims to get me by for this weeks racing. I also have a set of Sun black flags on the way to try down the road.
thanks for the input,

penguin

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3 years 6 months ago #44710 by KeithB
KeithB replied the topic: Re: Looking for 26" rear wheel or wheelset
I have a Bontrager Race Lite Rear wheel for sale, but I am in Rochester. It's Tubeless ready, with a WTB Wolverine tire mounted. It has a DT-made hub, built for Bontrager (not star-ratchet). $75 with the tire included.

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3 years 6 months ago - 3 years 6 months ago #44709 by boogenman
boogenman replied the topic: Re: Looking for 26" rear wheel or wheelset
Your pawls are probably as dry as a monthly WNYMBA meeting ;-)

If you can remove the freehub body from the hub(usually a 8mm,10mm or 12mm hex reverse thread)drip a generous amount of Phil Wood Tenacious oil in there and you will be good to go for another few years.

www.philwood.com/philpdfs/msds/Tenacious_Oil_MSDS.pdf
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3 years 6 months ago #44708 by penguin
penguin created the topic: Looking for 26" rear wheel or wheelset
My Cane Creek wheelset is making some unnatural clicking noises while coasting after yesterdays race and there is no parts/support left for these from cane Creek. Anyone have a 26" disc brake wheelset or rear wheel available for sale? Standard quick release front and back.
Yell if you have anything.

Penguin

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