Re[4]: [CR]A BH track hub. Italian ? http://tiny.cc/LZloq


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Date: Wed, 10 Dec 2008 14:18:16 -0500
From: Dmitry Yaitskov <dima@rogers.com>
To: Phil Brown <philcycles@sbcglobal.net>
Subject: Re[4]: [CR]A BH track hub. Italian ? http://tiny.cc/LZloq
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Hi,

Initially, M-gineering wrote:
> I've yet to see a track pro use a lockring on a trackhub

on which I commented
>> (And if one wants to split hairs - it's hard to use a BB lockring
>> on a track hub simply because the threading would be wrong ....)

and to which Phil Brown replied:
> Not on the cog thread. It's the same as a BSC BB lock ring. Obviously
> the actual lock ring is LH thread.

AFAIK - on a *track* hub (see the quote I replied to), the cog thread is just wide enough to thread the cog on. There is not much space left for a RH-threaded BB lock ring before the LH thread starts, and you can NOT thread a RH BB lockring on that, track pro or not... which was my point...

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Cheers,
Dmitry Yaitskov,
beating a dead horse in cold Toronto,
planning to put on studded tires on another fixie,
that one WITH a proper track hub and lock ring...