Snap on hubguards , no adjustable slack , available as a complete wheel. Sounds like a dream ! Plus heavy hitters like Garrett , Ty , and Sean Ricany ride them.
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It looks like the "snap on" part is integrated into the hardware, so I would imagine it comes with non snap on hardware or even a shim that snaps on instead of the guards. Its a good design, but if they dont release crmo guards I think it might be limited.
sundaybmxRR wrote: Saw this earlier, neat for sure & also cool how they include guards with EACH hub they make now, but (unpopular opinion time), I think the guards are dumb. if someone doesn't use the guard, the area where it snaps onto the lock nut will look weird and also doesn't seem like it would be adequate surface area to sit alone against the dropout. just what it looks like though, could be wrong. I would much rather chromoly guards myself so I wouldn't use the guards it comes with anyway
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That's what I kinda figured, I hope that's how it is anyway cause if I ever needed to buy one I'd be sketched out by that. Probably not a big issue but still. They said in the link something along the lines of sliding with nylon guards is an amazing feeling but I've ridden the BSD pc guard which I'm assuming is similar, and I still prefer chromoly over it anyway. They might be perfect for someone else but not me haha
HardBMX_Tim wrote: It looks like the "snap on" part is integrated into the hardware, so I would imagine it comes with non snap on hardware or even a shim that snaps on instead of the guards. Its a good design, but if they dont release crmo guards I think it might be limited.