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Discussion in 'BMX & Dirt Jumping' started by distilledmag, Feb 22, 2008.
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does it accept a 1-piece driver?
For "team only" technology, it seems pretty generic "mtb" to me.
I'm not a big fan of running a cog on a cassette body with spacers, unless I'm going multi-gear. One piece driver would be a very good thing.
Females are always sexier too! Unless I'm running pegs, I like the option of a smoother femaled axle and bolts a bit better.
...cool blog though, I like it.
Is atomlab the only company making a 10x135 femaled hub that accepts 1 piece drivers?
I know the profile/eastern hubs use the reg. nutted axle....
I think you can convert the profile hub to be female nutted. I thought they were like their bmx hubs with axle stubs.