Wanted- High Flange Front Hub.

Most Recent BUY IT NOW Items Listed on eBay
eBay Auction Picture
eBay Auction Picture
eBay Auction Picture
eBay Auction Picture
eBay Auction Picture
eBay Auction Picture
eBay Auction Picture
eBay Auction Picture
eBay Auction Picture
eBay Auction Picture
eBay Auction Picture
eBay Auction Picture
eBay Auction Picture
eBay Auction Picture
eBay Auction Picture
eBay Auction Picture
eBay Auction Picture
eBay Auction Picture
These ads go away when you register for an account!

Roadstermike

On Training Wheels
I'm looking for a post war High Flange Front Hub. I would pay good money for a nice one. Standard spoke size.
Thanks,
Mike

P1050986.JPG
 

irideiam

Wore out three sets of tires already!
Here's a really nice Schwinn Approved one. Good bearing rolls smooth. PM if interested.
1262111




Photo Sep 07, 07 18 32.jpg


Photo Sep 07, 07 18 42.jpg
 

Freqman1

Riding a '37 Dayton Super Streamline
Here's a really nice Schwinn Approved one. Good bearing rolls smooth. PM if interested.
View attachment 1262111



View attachment 1262112

View attachment 1262113
Looks like the OP is looking for one from the late '30s-40s for a Cycle Truck? application. This is where it really helps when you are hunting for a part to provide a pic and be specific as possible. For example the high flange hub was used on lightweights, ballooners, and Cycle Trucks. I believe they are all different. V/r Shawn
 

irideiam

Wore out three sets of tires already!
Looks like the OP is looking for one from the late '30s-40s for a Cycle Truck? application. This is where it really helps when you are hunting for a part to provide a pic and be specific as possible. For example the high flange hub was used on lightweights, ballooners, and Cycle Trucks. I believe they are all different. V/r Shawn
He said "post war"...
 

1motime

Cruisin' on my Bluebird
OP is looking for Chrome plated steel hub. Mostly prewar or optional for just after war. What you posted is alloy light weight ( 10 speed) hub. 1960's give or take
 

irideiam

Wore out three sets of tires already!
OP is looking for Chrome plated steel hub. Mostly prewar or optional for just after war. What you posted is alloy light weight ( 10 speed) hub. 1960's give or take
Correct its off a 70s Suburban, but he was not clear if the one in the picture was exactly what he wanted.
 
Last edited:

Hudman

Look Ma, No Hands!
Thanks for replies. I am looking for the hub like the one pictured. It's going on a 1948 B6 balloon tire. It is chrome plated steel and measures 4 inches in diameter.

View attachment 1262171
Have you fullfilled your search for a high flange hub ? If you get multiple offers, im also looking for 40s-50s hub like you've pictured and perhaps you can help me in my search..thanx
 

Roadstermike

On Training Wheels
Have you fullfilled your search for a high flange hub ? If you get multiple offers, im also looking for 40s-50s hub like you've pictured and perhaps you can help me in my search..thanx
No luck yet. I'll let you know if I see anything. These were always kinda difficult to get.
 

Axlerod

Finally riding a big boys bike
I believe he’s looking for this hub (no drum brake) but with the standard spokes
0B0147EA-AB93-458D-851C-11BF486980B8.jpeg



0A86A43E-7C94-4045-ACD4-63934DF7EE4D.jpeg
 

Axlerod

Finally riding a big boys bike
Yes That's it. I guess if it's drilled for 105 ga spokes that would be OK. I wouldn't want one drilled for 120 ga.Is that one for sell? I would pay $350
Sorry to get your hopes up. This one is not for sale. I only used it to show which type you wanted.
 
This ad goes away when you register for an account!
Top