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Wheel Hub Fits Whizzer Ambassador, Cruzzer & Btr on 2040-parts.com

US $50.00
Location:

Lawrenceburg, Indiana, United States

Lawrenceburg, Indiana, United States
Condition:New Brand:cruzzer fits Others Warranty:Yes Manufacturer Part Number:NA Country/Region of Manufacture:Taiwan

Check out this VERY nice machined hub. It is 2 3/8 " wide at the flange for the spokes This hub has a sealed bearing and is Very smooth. It is drilled for the disc brake rotor to bolt on . If you are building a custom bike , wanting to adapt disc brakes to your bike here is a hub you will need . This hub was used on the NER and Ambassador Whizzers ( 2008 ) Any question on the size , just email me . Only have 2 right now . more on the way. All Cruzzer spokes and rims will work with this hub. Paul

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