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Old 06-20-22, 01:38 PM
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Cheapest chiense sealead bearing front hub?

I need sealed bearing front hub 100mm OLD, 36 spokes, without disk brake, with regular nuts what's the best deal i can find in china?

Aliexpress or similar please share link if you find. $20 or cheaper.


Similar to this, any color will do (hub diameter does not have to be big like pictures below)




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Old 06-20-22, 01:42 PM
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$20? Look for used. Your Google works as well as mine.
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https://www.ebay.com/itm/32509248793...sAAOSwep1iKRCd
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If there is a bike co-op near you, I suggest you look there. I broke the rear axle on my 1997 26" 7-speed MTB. I bought a comparable used wheel for $20 and they put my gears on it for $5.
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Formula hubs are pretty cheap.
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Old 06-20-22, 11:38 PM
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Nice find thanks, except i prefer direct from China sites because i am not in US and shipping alone from eBay to Europe is $32.

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$20? Look for used. Your Google works as well as mine.
Need new.

Aliexpress has plenty sealed bearing hubs around $20 including shipping, except most of them are quick release and for some reason 36h sold out at moment only 32h available.

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Old 06-21-22, 02:18 AM
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Originally Posted by PimpMan View Post
Aliexpress has plenty sealed bearing hubs around $20 including shipping, except most of them are quick release and for some reason 36h sold out at moment only 32h available.
I'm using "Pasak" brand sealed hub front and back. Much cheaper than Novatec but still good quality. I've used it rain or shine, no issues. The only problem for you, all I can find is quick release. 36h is very rare.
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Originally Posted by koala logs View Post
36h is very rare.
I thought most rims are 36 spokes...
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Originally Posted by PimpMan View Post
I thought most rims are 36 spokes...
I'd wager that 32 is more prevalent.
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Old 06-21-22, 11:22 AM
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Originally Posted by Rolla View Post
I'd wager that 32 is more prevalent.
All the rims and hubs i come across in my local bike store are 36, but i am in eastern Europe.

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Old 06-22-22, 09:17 PM
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Bottom feeding gets really expensive, I wouldn't build a wheel with the cheapest hub you can find it isn't worth the time and the money.
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