|Campy C-Record High Flange Track Hubs||Viqbang|
Sep 26, 2003 8:33 PM
I have a set of the hubs above that I purchased to build a new fixed wheelset. . .
My doctor (yes, she is a cyclist) has recommended against spending as much time on the fixie (i.e. quit racing on the track, get rid of the fixies, etc.) But...She has approved single-speed.
Has anyone ever tried threading a single-speed freewheel onto a hub built for a track cog? It is single-sided and designed for a cog/lockring. I've considered throwing a free-wheel on and using a fair bit of locktite. . .but I would love some anecdotal evidence.
|It screws right on, you just have a little less thread...||TFerguson|
Sep 27, 2003 10:44 AM
|It's certainly much safer than the reverse (fixed gear on freehub threads with non-reversed "locknut") that I see on this board all the time.
It may move the rear of the chain over a couple of mm though.
|I've done it with Dura Ace high flange hubs||Dave Hickey|
Sep 27, 2003 4:11 PM
|It works perfect. Low flange doesn't work as well because the freewheel hits the spoke. Dura Ace works fine, I don't think Campy would be a problem|
|get a new doctor. nm||desmo|
Sep 27, 2003 8:18 PM