Female axle on stock male hub

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9/26/2013 9:20 PM

I've got a blank front wheel and I was wondering if there are any female axles that fit in stock male hubs?

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9/26/2013 9:54 PM

Fuck yea, do it!

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9/27/2013 6:23 AM

Nope. You can make a female out of a hollow 14mm axle, but not 3/8s.

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9/27/2013 2:17 PM
Edited Date/Time: 9/27/2013 2:18 PM

Drill out the hub with a lathe so you can run 6902 sealed bearings in it (6802 if its a low flange hub. but it won't be as strong as the otherbut it'll still be more than strong enough ) and a 15mm primo n4fl axle. Then get some washers or hub guards to work as cones then get some gsport bolts and it'll be sick

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9/27/2013 2:21 PM

sunny.noble wrote:

Drill out the hub with a lathe so you can run 6902 sealed bearings in it (6802 if its a low flange hub. but it won't be as strong as the otherbut it'll still be more than strong enough ) and a 15mm primo n4fl axle. Then get some washers or hub guards to work as cones then get some gsport bolts and it'll be sick

It's like a different language.. I don't get hubs >.

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9/28/2013 3:28 AM
Edited Date/Time: 9/28/2013 3:30 AM

sunny.noble wrote:

Drill out the hub with a lathe so you can run 6902 sealed bearings in it (6802 if its a low flange hub. but it won't be as strong as the otherbut it'll still be more than strong enough ) and a 15mm primo n4fl axle. Then get some washers or hub guards to work as cones then get some gsport bolts and it'll be sick

Thanks for that. I'm pretty sure I know someone with a lathe so when I can I'll try that.

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