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6/21/2010 11:46 AM

do they involve a lot of maintenance? im thinking about geeting one because when i ride chainless i am a way better rider. any feedback necessary

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6/21/2010 11:53 AM

way more maintenance than a cassette, thats for sure

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6/21/2010 11:56 AM

are they easy to disassemble?

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6/21/2010 11:57 AM

chink2 wrote:

are they easy to disassemble?

yea, you snap your fingers and you can slide the axle out

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6/21/2010 12:00 PM

dont be a dick lol. are they just as easy to disassemble as a cassette?

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6/21/2010 12:12 PM

chink2 wrote:

dont be a dick lol. are they just as easy to disassemble as a cassette?

yea, why wouldnt they?

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6/21/2010 12:18 PM

i dont know just wondering

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6/21/2010 9:16 PM

I think maitenence depends on where you live.
If you life in a place in the west were it is generaly dusty, your going to have to clean it more often.
their really easy to take apart too.

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6/21/2010 9:29 PM

Sammon wrote:

I think maitenence depends on where you live.
If you life in a place in the west were it is generaly dusty, your going to have to clean it more often.
their really easy to take apart too.

no bc teh bearings are sealed

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6/21/2010 9:31 PM

catfish95 wrote:


this is more for older hubs

they don't require that much maintenance as long as you take care of them
they're super easy to take apart and assemble
i've had NO problems with mine

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6/21/2010 10:05 PM

chink2 wrote:

dont be a dick lol. are they just as easy to disassemble as a cassette?

Pretty close, the main difference with dis-assembly is that the internals come out on a freecoaster, and on a cassette only the driver really should/does.

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6/21/2010 10:07 PM

Sammon wrote:

I think maitenence depends on where you live.
If you life in a place in the west were it is generaly dusty, your going to have to clean it more often.
their really easy to take apart too.

AndySubrosa8 wrote:

no bc teh bearings are sealed

Yes, because dirt gets in anyway. Sealed doesn't mean you never have to work on it. Sealed means it is about as closed off as it will get, but shit still gets in.

You need to open a freecoaster or cassette up on occasion to clear all the dirt and grit in there. It still gets in.

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