Shimano cup&cone hub or sealed bearing hub

Re: Shimano cup&cone hub or sealed bearing hub

Postby eeksll » Mon Jul 15, 2013 1:13 pm

Duck! wrote:
eeksll wrote:If the cone gets pitted, you may as well get a new wheel because its not worth while paying for just the cone.

Given that cones only cost a few dollars, you make an invalid point.


Where can I source a Deore XT DH-T785 - TN 317 Hub Dynamo front cone, mine is pitted and the cup still looks ok, so a new cone would be nice.

Where can I source a shimano r500 front cone (or rear) for a few bucks? I could only find it in one place and they wanted $40+, but they would only sell the whole axle.

either way point is still valid for the cups
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by BNA » Mon Jul 15, 2013 2:57 pm

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Re: Shimano cup&cone hub or sealed bearing hub

Postby jimconte » Mon Jul 15, 2013 2:57 pm

eeksll this is were I found my cones for my sora hubs at the best price and only $8 delivery for less than 3kg. http://www.moruyabicycles.com.au Hope that helps. They were genuine shimano cones but not sure if they have exactly what you want and don't forget to put new ballbearings in when you replace cones they have grade 25 bearings there for sale as well.
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