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I have a set of Hadley hubs that I have used on 3 bikes on the same wheel; I had to change the rear axle spacing, no big deal. In all that time, 12 years, and a permanent resident of the Shore, I have yet to change a bearing or seal. That is saying something.
Most likely explains why on my new bike, a Chromag Surface Ti, I went with a Hadley Boost setup. Given spare parts (just to spend money) I suspect this bike will have wheels for life.
Just like a Chris King Headset, BB, or a Thomson post.....
Funny standards are changed whenever possible to get us bikers to buy more shit: steerer diameters, handlebar widths...drivetrains....
But so long as you get the good stuff and take care of it, it seems it will take care of you. In many cases, for life.
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