Colony freecoaster or primo freemix

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9/27/2018 5:31 PM

I want an oil slick rear hub to go with my front hub and I’m tired of cassettes so I think it’s the time to switch to a freecoaster. I’m torn between the 2 because I heard good and bad things about the colony freecoaster and some good and bad things about the freemix. Please help

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9/27/2018 6:15 PM

Freemix comes with guards & utilizes a needle bearing in the driver. Both are KHE clones, so they are essentially the same hub disregarding the driver bearing (not sure which one the Colony uses, but a needle bearing is more reliable than a sealed cartridge bearing.)

I rode my Freemix for 2+ years and didn't have any issues.

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9/27/2018 6:58 PM

HardBMX_Tim wrote:

Freemix comes with guards & utilizes a needle bearing in the driver. Both are KHE clones, so they are essentially the same hub disregarding the driver bearing (not sure which one the Colony uses, but a needle bearing is more reliable than a sealed cartridge bearing.)

I rode my Freemix for 2+ years and didn't have any issues.

Alright thanks

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