Tune hub model(s)

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dmoneysworks
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by dmoneysworks

I am looking at buying a 2nd hand set of wheels with Tune hubs but seller doesn't know what model they are (real handy!).

Is there a way I can easily identify the Tune hub model? :noidea:

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by HillRPete

Step 1: get close-up photos.

dmoneysworks
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by dmoneysworks

here is the front Tune hub. Just waiting for picture of the rear.
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by krzysiekmz

Front is a Tune MIG 70 18 hole.

http://www.starbike.com/p/tune-MIG-70-810-en

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by madcow

Front is an older Mig70. It has the 15mm axle instead of the current 17mm axle. The newer version has black end caps instead of silver.

For the rear, if it has straight pull spokes on the left it is a 150. If it has two flanges it will be a 170 or 180 unless it's really old. If it has a blue or gold freehub body it's a 170 if it has a red body it's a 180. If it has green or some other color there are older models that it could be. Most likely it will have red or it isn't the same generation as the front hub.

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