Fair go Schmucker. Earl123 obviously doesn't know too much at this stage, so he's got to ask the questions.Schmucker said:You're asking for simple product information. Use the internet...
...You're searching for a solution without ever asking a question. Your other thread is just as silly.
earl...........you are making this way too complicated.earl123 said:If you had enough threads you could fit a freewheel a spacer a cog and a lock ring on.
How would the freewheel not have enough support?
And the chainline would be taken care of by the double crankset which I mentioned.
Instead of flipping the hub, move the chain.
the Eccentric ENO does - sans disc (like the one on the home page). The straight axle one doesn't. But you can buy a straight axle for the Eccentric (make it 135mm) with straight axle nuts and there you have it.earl123 said:Do they make a flip flop fixed/free with a disc brake option in 135mm?
So I would like a hub to take a cog and a disc on one side and a freewheel on the other.