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Wcc T-bone front wheel and WCC hub questions

anyone have or know of any WCC front T-bone wheels they want to sell or trade?? front or rear or both ?



also wcc hub questions… i have some wcc hubs but no idea where the bolts are. anyone have specs or some hub bolts to sell..lol
Also what side of rear hub gets what.. i know the rear to front on one side but not sure what the opposite side is because hubs look the same of the two.. info??
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The drive side of the rea hub will have larger diameter holes for the sprocket (7/16). Brake side is 3/8"

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anyone have or know of any WCC front T-bone wheels they want to sell or trade?? front or rear or both ?



also wcc hub questions… i have some wcc hubs but no idea where the bolts are. anyone have specs or some hub bolts to sell..lol
Also what side of rear hub gets what.. i know the rear to front on one side but not sure what the opposite side is because hubs look the same of the two.. info??
any WCC wheels for sale let me know ?
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