Does anyone know where to get a freehub like this?

dazzawazza
dazzawazza Posts: 462
edited May 2010 in Workshop
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An Internet site I can order off is preferable.

Thanks

Comments

  • whyamihere
    whyamihere Posts: 7,708
    Well what's the hub?
  • dazzawazza
    dazzawazza Posts: 462
    The only markings on it are "F J".
    I have two wheels that have exactly the same type of freehub installed, both need replacing.

    1)Jalco rim with specialized hub off a 2007 Specialized Allez purchased new.
    2)Alex rim with no-name hub off 2005 or 2006 Giant Escape purchased new.

    Since this type of freehub is off wheels used by two major retailers I'm guessing they must be available somewhere??

    I'm selling the Giant and using the Allez for commuting so would prefer to keep costs down and not buy new wheels.
  • pete.whelan
    pete.whelan Posts: 788
    What's wrong with the freehubs. If they have sealed bearings, then dismantle the freehub and press the bearings out, get new bearings and reassemble (done it on Campag freehubs)
    Recipe: shave legs sparingly, rub in embrocation and drizzle with freshly squeezed baby oil.
  • Monty Dog
    Monty Dog Posts: 20,614
    Its probably a Formula hub - resold under a number of different brands including a lot of OEM bikes - http://www.formulahubs.com/
    Make mine an Italian, with Campagnolo on the side..