Just ride it. When held in your hand you can feel the vibration or notchiness
but riding it, you'll forget it's there. I have a couple of the SON hubs and a
SRAM I-light. The SONs are noticeably smoother than the SRAM, in my hand. On
the road, I don't feel or see a difference.
Ty Smith wrote:it from Peter White. Got a wheel built around it, but never got a chance to
> Hi Everyone,
> I got a Used SON Classic hub from a friend a few months ago. I know he got
hook the lights up, mainly because I was "doored" back in July, and only
started riding again six weeks ago.
occassionally makes a "puckety-pucety-puckety" sound as it turns around. I
> Anyway, hooked up the wheel, no lights attached, and noticed that it
can feel something vibrating in my hand as well. However, when I start to
ride the bike, it goes away. I don't feel any undue resisistance when
hand. Front light is Schmidt Edelux. Rear light is a Busch & Muller seculite
> I hooked up the lights and they do seem to work if I spin the wheel in my
my bike to my LBS and have the front light mounted to my bag rack, my rear
> Is this normal, or do I have a big problem here? I ask as I am set to take
light mounted to the fender and have the lines run.
"Bicycle Lifestyle" group.
> Thanks in advance,
> Ty Smith
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