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135 mm fixed hub recommendations

edited December 1969 in Road general
Are there any 135 hubs that people would recomment apart from Goldtech and On-One?

Also, does anyone know if there are any London shops that stock On-One hubs, or would I have to go mail-order?

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  • monty_dogcpmonty_dogcp Posts: 382
    You could try Geoffrey Butler in Croydon as they're Planet-X dealers
  • monty_dogcpmonty_dogcp Posts: 382
    There's also the Level hubs from Hub Jub and Paul's Components
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    Would rather steer clear of Level if possible - can't see the advantages of that sprocket system, and can't see it being around in years to come either.

    As it turns out, I might need a 130 hub anyway - does anyone know what my options are there?
  • i have been running a Kogswell which has done me proud. don't think Hubjub do them anymore though

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    Jonny

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  • FixedBearFixedBear Posts: 9
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  • Black KeithBlack Keith Posts: 224
    phils or goldtec

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  • I guess it'll be Goldtec then.

    Do Condor, or anyone else in london stock them?
  • richteacprichteacp Posts: 1,137
    If it's a 130mm you need then IRO hubs are good and affordable.

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  • spin-cyclespin-cycle Posts: 395
  • Surly also do the fixer. A neat way of converting a Shimano freehub to fixed. They're not cheap, but if you have a nice wheelset it's an easier conversion than building a whole new wheel, or lacing a new hub to your existing rim. Especially since sods law dictates that you will need to replace half your spokes.
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