Bendix blue band 2 speed hub

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  1. ODDER

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    Cleaned, regreased, and ready to put on the classic bike of your choosing. Bendix blue band 2 speed. I have been holding on to this for a long time just in case one of my others shelled out. But I found another bike I want, so it's time to sell some stuff. $125 shipped. I'll include a NOS set of axle nuts with it. 20160206_163612.jpg 20160206_163620.jpg 20160206_163637.jpg
     
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    PM SENT! Very reasonable price man.
     
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    Pending to Crazy Dave.
     
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    dave paid. dave wanted bad. dave appreciates the sale greatly.
     
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    SOLD! Thanks Dave. :)
     
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    NICE score... that's a lot of ppl's "grail" hub
     
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    This is the one you kick back for a higher gear?
     
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    That's correct.
     
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    Yes from what I understand instead of having a lower gear (yellow and red ones) the blue ones have 1:1 ratio and a overdrive gear. I want to try it on a light street bike build.
     
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    I think these are the best of the Bendix kickers.... most of'm came on 20" bikes, which is why most of them are 28h-- this one will be rad on a lightweight street bike, with the right rims of course.... :rockout:
     
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    Im thinkin' a set of these. :D https://www.dtswiss.com/Components/Rims-Road/RR-585, (got deep V's on the fixie, wanna try somethin different) no front brake, fly weight cranks, etc. and a nice older chromoly road frame...yeahhh.....
     
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    Sounds rad. While far from lightweight, i built up a '72 Schwinn Super Sport. witha singlespeed coaster, no front brake, and some deep drop bars.... it's become one of ym favorite bikes. 2 speeds may've been even more fun....
     
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    Guess I sold myself short on the entire wheel with blue band that I just gave up for $80, huh?
     
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  14. Purzell

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    Uh yeah you did.
     
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    So how much should I price mine at ?

    ~Rafael ~
     
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    $125 was too cheap. $150 at least if it's as nice as the one ODDER had. Gary
     
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    Yes! That sounds like what i have in mind, or close enough! Glad to hear you liked it! I shoulda said "light for me" I don't even look at bikes without a steel frame anymore....Hmmm this would match the hub?!
    http://www.ebay.com/itm/VINTAGE-PIN...STEEL-ROAD-BIKE-FRAME-SET-60-CM-/281830074931

    "So how much should I price mine at ?

    ~Rafael ~"

    $50, you accept paypal? :rofl:
     
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    Where were all you guys with blue band hubs a week ago when I was posting on every list on the internet that I wanted a blue band hub?? I guess nobody checks the wanted section.
    Who has s 20" S2 for me to lace my eBay purchased blue band hub into. And FYI I paid $160 shipped for mine, unserviced.
     
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    IMHE ebay is usually the most expensive place to buy most anything, but if you need it now and $ is no object....
     
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    Actually I received mine without any paint on the hub ,how would you tell the difference?
    Also it is laced to what appears to be a re-chromed S-2 x 26" wheel....

    ~ Rafael ~
     

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