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Chris King 20mm ISO Disc Front Hub Chris King 20mm ISO Disc Front Hub
When Chris King decided to design a thru-axle front hub, they had a simple goal -- make the best hub money can buy. With the Chris King ISO Disc 20mm Thru-Axle Front Hub, they just might have done it. The 20mm Thru-Axle Hub utilizes a special bearing, almost the size of a headset bearing that King designed for this very purpose. The custom bearing was needed because King designed this hub to have an axle, supported by the bearings, that a 20mm thru-axle slides through. The reason is toughness. A great side effect is that you'll never, ever, ever lose an end cap when you transport your wheel off the bike. The lightweight aluminum axle is protected by stainless steel endcaps to offer durability that will last until the world ends. And if you can see past it's toughness, this hub is as beautiful as the rest of King's parts. The Chris King ISO Disc 20mm Thru-Axle Front Hub is configured for 20mm x 110mm thru-axles. It has 6-bolt ISO brake rotor mounts. For those of you building your own wheels, the flange diameter is 57. 6mm, and the center to flange distance is 31. 2mm on the right and 23. 1mm on the left. And, for those who want to go bigger and use this hub with a Maverick Fork, King's 24mm front axle can be swapped into place when needed. Or you can go smaller. Since this is technically a Chris King LD (large diameter) hubshell, you can use a Chris King 15mm Conversion Kit for LD Hubshell to convert it to use a 15mm thru-axle.
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Chris King Hub Service Tool Kit Chris King Hub Service Tool Kit
If you're the type who isn't satisfied with just performing routine maintenance, the Chris King Hub Service Tool Kit will give you all the widgets you need to completely disassemble (and hopefully reassemble) your King hubs. This tool kit will work with all King hubs, with the exception of the R45 road hubs. Kit includes the driveshell bushing tool, cog spline wrench, hub cone adjusting tool, spline driver, and split ring
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Chris King ISO Disc Front Hub - 9mm QR Chris King ISO Disc Front Hub - 9mm QR
Build a strong-as-hell front wheel without feeling like you're following a boat anchor down the trail. The Chris King ISO Disc Front Hub makes a great center to your new lightweight and bombproof front wheel. Precision-machined, stainless steel cartridge bearings spin fast and smoothly, so you do, too. Nine-millimeter quick-release offers compatibility with most forks
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Chris King ISO Disc Rear Hub Chris King ISO Disc Rear Hub
Chris King hubs have the industry standard for years. They are known for beautiful machining and seemingly endless durability. King hubs are also easy to maintain, disassemble, rebuild, convert, and customize, so a set of king hubs can actually last a lifetime. The Chris King ISO Disc Rear Hub (6-bolt disc) is even better than the older Universal Disc model--it's lighter, more durable, and contributes to an overall stiffer wheel because the increased flange diameter means shorter spokes.
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Chris King ISO Disc Rear Hub - 12x157mm Thru-Axle Chris King ISO Disc Rear Hub - 12x157mm Thru-Axle
Ready for 157x12mm-spaced downhill frames, the ISO Disc Rear 157x12mm Thru-Axle Hub brings Chris King precision, history, and quality to the slopes. The alloy shell uses the same RingDrive freehub system that's become synonymous with a buzzing-swarm-of-bees. However, King simply made it wider for compatibility with the stiff and easy-to-use 157mm standard. Most importantly, though, you'll get the instant engagement and freewheeling ride quality that King hubs are renowned for. This was made possible through the 72 points of engagement on both the ultra-durable stainless steel drive and driven rings. This hub also retains King's well-deserved reputation for being as strong as it is lightweight. Additionally, King purposefully designed this hub to be self-maintained with a small collection of King tools. In true Chris King fashion, the ISO Disc 157x12mm Thru-Axle Rear Hub is available in a multitude of colors like Black, Green, Navy, Red, and Silver.
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Chris King ISO Front Hub - 15mm - SD Hubshell Chris King ISO Front Hub - 15mm - SD Hubshell
Ever vigilant, Chris King Precision Components may not jump on every passing bandwagon, but they know a good thing when they see one. The Chris King ISO 15mm Front Hub with SD hubshell now brings legendary King performance to the 15mm thru-axle. The folks at Chris King spent most of the past year putting the new 15mm axle standard through its paces. Apparently, they are quite satisfied with the new design, as illustrated by offering two versions of the 15mm thru-axle design. This is the standard option, which uses Chris King's small diameter hub shell originally designed for use with a quick release. The beauty of this system is the flexibility to run the 15mm axle, as the hub is currently configured, or purchase the QR axle conversion for use in your existing (or future) standard QR forks. The ISO standard means that this hub will work with any 6-bolt brake rotor. Flexibility is a wonderful thing and Chris King is offering plenty of options for those venturing into the 15mm realm. Have a couple of 9mm forks lying around you'd like to use' Go for this standard SD hubshell 15mm option and maximize your flexibility for 9mm/15mm hubs. Are you more of a gravity person, with a few 20mm forks in the stable' Opt for the oversized LD hubshell and have 15mm/20mm capability. Like all Chris King hubs, the ISO 15mm SD hub comes with King's 5 year warranty against manufacturing defects. The Chris King ISO 15mm front hub with standard SD hubshell weighs just 164g, is available in either 32 hole or 36 hole configurations, and is offered in Black, Silver, Navy, Red, Green, Mango, Pink, Pewter, Gold, and Brown.
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Chris King ISO XD -12x142mm Disc Hub Chris King ISO XD -12x142mm Disc Hub
We could use this intro paragraph to rave on about the all-around amazingness of basically anything and everything Chris King makes, but since you're already doing yourself the favor of looking up his hubs, we can probably spare you the rant. What you can't spare, however, is the Chris King ISO XD 12x142mm Rear Hub if you're building up a mountain bike with 142mm rear spacing and a SRAM 1x11 drivetrain. This hub is specifically designed for such a machine. The technical superiority of Chris King's hubs -- especially the rear hubs -- is evident across all four dimensions of reality. In the first three, we start by observing the outside. In any color, King hubs look fantastic, with beautiful machining and finishing. The company's quality and consistency control are so stringent that entire batches of hub shells have been sent back to be melted down again if their anodizing is off by even one shade of hue. All King hubs' bearings are made in house and far exceed the precision and quality standards of competitors, on top of living within a legendary "all conditions" sealing system that is the same for its road hubs all the way up to its burliest mountain hubs -- it's just that good -- which leads us to that fourth dimension: time. King hubs last, and last, and last, and last. But there's more to the inside story here. King's RingDrive freehub body engagement system is half of what makes the company's rear hubs so fantastic. The freehub uses a 24-pawl system to engage 72 (yes, a seven then a two) teeth within the hub, meaning that engagement is absolutely instantaneous when you put power to the pedals -- no more of that floaty feeling that leads to a slamming of the pedals when you go to put the power down after coasting or when traversing tricky terrain. It means far greater control and response for single-speeding or trials-type riding, as well, not to mention that hallmark "angry bees" sound when coasting. And fear not for the frailty of what you probably calculate ar
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Chris King ISO XD -12x157mm Disc Hub Chris King ISO XD -12x157mm Disc Hub
King is The King. You've heard it before, and you already know. That's why you're looking up Chris King hubs and why you're psyched that the engineers finally developed a freehub body specific to SRAM's 1x11 drivetrain family. The Chris King ISO XD 12x157mm Rear Hub is ready to be bolted to your DH rig and continue its legacy of performance and supremacy so you can do the same. The technical superiority of Chris King's hubs -- especially the rear hubs -- is evident across all four dimensions of reality. In the first three, we start by observing the outside. In any color, King hubs look fantastic, with beautiful machining and finishing. The company's quality and consistency control are so stringent that entire batches of hub shells have been sent back to be melted down again if their anodizing is off by even one shade of hue. All King hubs' bearings are made in house and far exceed the precision and quality standards of competitors, on top of living within a legendary "all conditions" sealing system that is the same for its road hubs all the way up to its burliest mountain hubs -- it's just that good -- which leads us to that fourth dimension: time. King hubs last, and last, and last, and last. But there's more to the inside story here. King's RingDrive freehub body engagement system is half of what makes the company's rear hubs so fantastic. The freehub uses a 24-pawl system to engage 72 (yes, a seven then a two) teeth within the hub, meaning that engagement is absolutely instantaneous when you put power to the pedals -- no more of that floaty feeling that leads to a slamming of the pedals when you go to put the power down after coasting or when traversing tricky terrain. It means far greater control and response for single-speeding or trials-type riding, as well, not to mention that hallmark "angry bees" sound when coasting. And fear not for the frailty of what you probably calculate are tiny pawls and teeth, with all those numbers jammed into that freehub body, b.
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Chris King ISO XD Driveshell Chris King ISO XD Driveshell
The Chris King ISO XD Driveshell lets you run SRAM's beloved one-by-eleven drivetrains on your favorite hubset. As we've come to expect from our friends in Portland, plenty of time was taken to ensure that this driver was every bit as robust as the standard driver that it will be replacing. What that means for you is a lifetime of minimal maintenance, and the pride of knowing that you didn't have to abandon a hubset that was built with pride and passion, just because you wanted to run a next-generation drivetrain. Unlike the conversion kit, this Driveshell includes the necessary small parts to swap freehub bodies without the use of proprietary Chris King tools.The Chris King ISO XD Driveshell is available in one size, and in the color Silver
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Chris King R45 Disc Road Front Hubs Chris King R45 Disc Road Front Hubs
There are a slew of reasons why cyclists gravitate toward Chris King components, many of which revolve around the fact that everything is still manufactured in the USA, using only the best parts available. When you combine that with the notorious reliability and serviceability that comes with all of King's products, you've got a recipe that's pretty tough to beat. Such is the case with King's new R45 Disc Road Front Hubs, which were built to handle the rigors of road and cyclocross racing, where durability and smooth-rolling reliability is always a must. The R45 Disc Road Front Hubs spawned from the original, tried-and-proven R45s, with the addition of machined 6-bolt disc mount and taller flanges. Similar to the R45s, the new disc version of the hub relies on the renowned internals that have made the originals so popular among both recreational and competitive cyclists the world over. King manufactures all of its stainless steel bearings in-house, with each hand-checked for precision and built with a resilient sealing system. These silky bearings run smooth from the get-go, and the overall hub design lends itself to easy service when the time comes. King's strong, constant diameter axles run through the bearings to the frame and fork dropouts, which promotes consistent handling and stiffness under load. The Chris King R45 Disc Road Front Hubs are available in either 28 or 32 hole options, and they come in the colors Black, Red, and Silver. Every Chris King hub carries a 5-year warranty.
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Chris King R45 Disc Road Rear Hubs Chris King R45 Disc Road Rear Hubs
Cyclists have long gravitated toward Chris King components for a variety of reasons, one of which is that everything it produces is still manufactured in the USA, using only the best parts available. And when you combine that with the notorious reliability and serviceability that comes with all of King's products, it's not hard to see why this tradition lives on. These same qualities are found in King's new R45 Disc Road Rear Hubs, which were built to handle the rigors of road and cyclocross racing, where durability and smooth-rolling reliability is a must. The R45 Disc Road Rear Hubs spawned from the original, tried-and-proven R45s, with the addition of machined 6-bolt disc mount and taller flanges. Similar to the R45s, the new disc version of the hub relies on the renowned internals that have made the originals so popular among both recreational and competitive cyclists the world over. The R45 hub is powered by King's patented RingDrive system, which provides instant engagement when power is put into the pedals. This particular hub gets its name from the 45-tooth stainless steel RingDrive system, which, while down from the 72-tooth mountain bike version, still provides exceptionally fast engagement. Compared to a standard 24-tooth pawl-type system, the 45-tooth system engages twice as fast, meaning that there's just eight degrees of rotation before engagement. Rather than the traditional spring-loaded pawls that engage when you pedal forward, the RingDrive mechanism relies on a pair of toothed rings that engage around the full circumference of the hub. These rings slide over one another while coasting, but a spring ensures engagement when you pressure the pedals forward. King manufactures all of its stainless steel bearings in-house, with each hand-checked for precision and built with a resilient sealing system. These silky bearings run smooth from the get-go, and the overall hub design lends itself to easy service when the time comes. King's strong, cons...
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Chris King R45 Road Hub - Front Chris King R45 Road Hub - Front
Build an ultra-fast race wheel around the super-light and incomparably smooth Chris King R45 Road Hub. These racing-specific hubs offer a 20-percent reduction in weight over the already light Classic Hubs and come in a variety of spoke drillings to accommodate your wildest wheel-building dreams. Precision-machined stainless steel bearings provide a smooth, fast rideAluminum hub shell is built to lastAnodized finish looks great and wears well
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Chris King R45 Road Hub - Rear Chris King R45 Road Hub - Rear
The Chris King R45 is a road version of King's famous hubs. Since lightning-fast engagement isn't quite as crucial on the road as it is when you're ratcheting over obstacles on the trail, King cut the points of engagement from 72 to 45. Those 45 points of engagement, however, are still far more than most road hubs, and the R45 will engage and respond much more quickly than an average road hub.
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Chris King Thru Axle ISO XD Boost Rear 12x148mm Disc Hub Chris King Thru Axle ISO XD Boost Rear 12x148mm Disc Hub
The Chris King Thru Axle ISO XD Boost Rear 12x148mm Disc Hub brings Boost axle width compatibility to your favorite SRAM XD cassette and shiny new, Boost-equipped whip. Compared to its narrower siblings, the Boost ISO features a slightly tweaked shell shape and thickened flanges for increased strength. Long known as a versatile hub built to tackle a wide range of terrain, the ISO adds strength and stiffness for precise tracking and confident handling over technical trails. The Chris King Thru-Axle ISO XD Boost Rear 12x148mm Disc Hub utilizes Chris King's Ring Drive freehub system for lightning fast engagement and that signature swarm of bees sound when coasting. It's available with your choice of 28 or 32 holes.
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Chris King Thru-Axle ISO Boost Front 15x110mm Disc Hub Chris King Thru-Axle ISO Boost Front 15x110mm Disc Hub
When you're looking for the perfect wheel build to match that shiny new boost fork, look no further than the Chris King Thru-Axle ISO Boost Front 15x110mm Disc Hub. Long known as a versatile hub built to tackle a wide range of terrain, the Boost ISO features a symmetrical shell shape and thickened flanges for increased strength and precise tracking over technical trails.
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Chris King Thru-Axle ISO Boost Rear 12x148mm Disc Hub Chris King Thru-Axle ISO Boost Rear 12x148mm Disc Hub
With the shifting trends toward wider tires and boost axle widths, Chris King is now offering its venerable ISO hub in 12x148mm spacing. The Chris King Thru-Axle ISO Boost Rear 12x148mm Disc Hub features a slightly tweaked shell shape compared to its narrower siblings and thickened flanges for increased strength. Long known as a versatile hub built to tackle a wide range of terrain, the ISO adds strength and stiffness for precise tracking and confident handling over technical trails. The Chris King Thru-Axle ISO Boost Rear 12x148mm Disc Hub utilizes Chris King's Ring Drive freehub system for lightning fast engagement and that signature buzzing swarm of bees sounds when coasting. It's available with your choice of 28 or 32 holes.
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Chris King Thru-Axle ISO Rear 12x142mm Disc Hub Chris King Thru-Axle ISO Rear 12x142mm Disc Hub
The Chris King 12x142mm Thru-Axle ISO Disc Rear Hub comes ready to slip into any frame that accepts a 12x142mm thru-axle. It could be cross-country bikes, trail bikes, all-mountain bikes, etc. It doesn't matter the style, only that you're ready to experience a new level of stiffness and security for the rear of your bike. The difference between this hub and their standard 135mm ISO Disc Hub is the absence of the old quick release skewer. The alloy shell is the same, and it uses the same RingDrive freehub system. Most importantly, you'll get the same buzzing-swarm-of-bees sound when you coast. The 12x142mm thru-axle hub uses just that -- a 12mm thru-axle to clamp the rear hub into the frame. It's a great choice for full suspension frames because it will add stiffness and rigidity to a rear triangle full of articulating pivot points. What you will get from this is more precise rear wheel tracking over nasty terrain, and a side benefit of less flex is longer pivot life. Of course, the Chris King 12x142mm Thru-Axle ISO Disc Rear Hub will give you inexhaustible high-performance and a polished exterior finish that is unrivalled for its beauty. It's available with 32 holes and in Black and Red.
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DT Swiss 180 142mm Thru-Axle 11-Speed Road CenterLock Disc Rear Hub DT Swiss 180 142mm Thru-Axle 11-Speed Road CenterLock Disc Rear Hub
It's hard to see how you could improve upon the legendary 240 hubs from DT Swiss, but that's exactly what the 180s are: an upgrade. Lighter materials and a step up to ceramic bearings mean that a hub like the DT Swiss 180 11-Speed Road CenterLock Disc Rear Hub is a seriously refined piece of engineering, ready for your new road or cyclocross bike, so long as it uses a 142mm rear thru-axle and you're running a Shimano or SRAM 11-speed road drivetrain. Whereas the 240s hubs use a forged aluminum shell that houses stainless steel bearings (balls and races), the 180 revises the entire design of both the shell and its internals. The aluminum flanges remain, but they are joined in the center by a carbon fiber central tube, a structure that sheds even more weight, and we think, looks pretty sweet, too. The bearings, however, are where the biggest improvement is made, upgrading the 240s house-made precision steel balls to ceramic ones, dramatically improving durability and service life of the bearings, while also noticeably reducing rotational resistance. The result is a featherweight hub that rolls with glassy smoothness and can be counted on to last for many, many miles. Further, thanks to the DT Swiss labyrinth seal system -- non-contacting seals that utilize an asymmetrical path to resist moisture, muck, and grit -- your bearings will keep their magical smoothness over the long haul, virtually regardless of riding conditions. In addition to the way it sings on fast descents, the 180's Star Ratchet freehub system is legendary for its simplicity, durability, and instant power transfer. The ratcheting freehub offers tool-free access for routine cleaning and lubrication, and the freehub body is made of aluminum to maintain a lightweight package. Finally, to accommodate both symmetrical and asymmetrical rim designs that are becoming more popular as drivetrains increase in number of increments and frames become ever-more advanced, the 180 rear hub's flanges are designed to...
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DT Swiss 180 Carbon Ceramic Front Road Hub DT Swiss 180 Carbon Ceramic Front Road Hub
It's true that DT Swiss' 240 hubs are often considered some of the best all-around road hubs on the planet, and really, we can't argue with that. However, the 240 isn't the end of the line, as the DT Swiss 180 Road Hub pulls out all the stops, enhancing the 240 wherever possible to create the hub masters' finest series. Whereas the 240s front hubs use a forged aluminum shell that houses stainless steel bearings (balls and races), the 180 revises the entire design of both the shell and its internals. The aluminum flanges remain, but they are joined in the center by a carbon fiber central tube, a structure that sheds even more weight, and we think, looks pretty sweet, too. The bearings, however, are where the biggest improvement is made, upgrading the 240s in-house-made precision steel balls to ceramic ones, dramatically improving durability and service life of the bearings, while also noticeably reducing rotational resistance. The result is a featherweight hub that rolls with glassy smoothness and can be counted on to last for many, many miles. Further, thanks to the DT Swiss labyrinth seal system -- non-contacting seals that utilize an asymmetrical path to resist moisture, muck, and grit -- your bearings will keep their magical smoothness over the long haul, virtually regardless of riding conditions. While the front hub you see here has nomenclature that designates it for road bikes, its construction is identical to that of the company's 180 mountain hubs, making these more than strong enough for rim-brake mountain bike duty or cyclocross.
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DT Swiss 180 Rear Road Hub DT Swiss 180 Rear Road Hub
On paper, it would seem almost a pointless exercise to try to improve upon DT Swiss' 240 hubs, -- given their stellar quality, reputation, and the fact that you can find them on some of the finest bikes in the world -- but the company's engineers managed to do just that by creating the DT Swiss 180 hubs, the Rear Road Hub here being one of the best on the road, and arguably worth every penny. Whereas the 240s front hubs use a forged aluminum shell that houses stainless steel bearings (balls and races), the 180 revises the entire design of both the shell and its internals. The aluminum flanges remain, but they are joined in the center by a carbon fiber central tube, a structure that sheds even more weight, and we think, looks pretty sweet, too. The bearings, however, are where the biggest improvement is made, upgrading the 240s house-made precision steel balls to ceramic ones, dramatically improving durability and service life of the bearings, while also noticeably reducing rotational resistance. The result is a featherweight hub that rolls with glassy smoothness and can be counted on to last for many, many miles. Further, thanks to the DT Swiss labyrinth seal system -- non-contacting seals that utilize an asymmetrical path to resist moisture, muck, and grit -- your bearings will keep their magical smoothness over the long haul, virtually regardless of riding conditions. In addition to the way it sings on fast descents, the 180's Star Ratchet freehub system is legendary for its simplicity, durability, and instant power transfer. The ratcheting freehub offers tool-free access for routine cleaning and lubrication, and the freehub body is made of aluminum to maintain a lightweight package. Finally, to accommodate both symmetrical and asymmetrical rim designs that are becoming more popular as drivetrains increase in number of increments and frames become ever-more advanced, the 180 rear hub's flanges are designed to make it possible to build it to virtually any rim type.
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DT Swiss 240S Freehub Body DT Swiss 240S Freehub Body
Change out your drivetrain and keep your favorite set of wheels with the DT Swiss 240S Freehub Body. Available in both Shimano/SRAM and Campagnolo-spline versions, swapping out your freehub to match your new component group is a breeze -- no need to buy a new set of wheels.
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DT Swiss 240s Front Hub DT Swiss 240s Front Hub
The DT Swiss 240s Front Hub is the obvious pairing for a 240s rear, but what's less obvious to the uninitiated is that they make a strong argument for the perfect hubs on which to build your ideal set of hoops. Legendary durability, minimal maintenance, top-notch quality, and timeless design makes them hard to beat. The 240s front hubs use a forged aluminum shell that houses stainless steel bearings (balls and races), which are known for their famous durability. And thanks to the DT Swiss labyrinth seal system -- non-contacting seals that utilize an asymmetrical path to resist moisture, muck, and grit -- your bearings will keep their magical smoothness over the long haul. While the front hub you see here has nomenclature that designates it for road bikes, its construction is identical to that of the company's 240s mountain hubs, making these more than strong enough for rim-brake mountain bike duty or cyclocross. The DT Swiss 240s Front Hub comes in one color only. It has a standard quick-release front axle, and is available in versions that can accommodate 20-, 24-, 28, and 32-hole wheel configurations.
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DT Swiss 240S Mountain Bike Hub with Thru-Axle DT Swiss 240S Mountain Bike Hub with Thru-Axle
Compared to traditional quick releases, a 15mm thru-axle offers better suspension function and more precise steering -- all good things. And you can still take your wheel off in a snap. Combine this with the quality and lightweight features of the DT Swiss 240s hubs, and the DT Swiss 240s 15mm Thru-Axle Mountain Bike Hub is the best option for those using a 15mm front fork. As opposed to converting down a 20mm hub, this 15mm specific hub has a smaller, lighter bearing and less material in the normal sized hub shell. It saves 38 grams from the oversize 20mm hub. The lighter weight of the 15mm hub lets you take advantage of the potentially lighter overall weight of the 15mm axle system in contrast to going for the 20mm axle. And if you aren't hucking off cliffs, the 15mm axle is all you'll ever need to do normal things like ride really fast, carve beautiful berms, and bomb down rocky trails with confidence. DT Swiss hubs start life as an aluminum forging and then are CNC machined into shape. Two high-precision stainless steel cartridge bearings are pressed into either side, and they have contact-free seals to keep everything silky smooth. The flanges are drilled for 32 spokes and available for either 6-bolt or CenterLock rotors.
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DT Swiss 240s Straight Pull Front Hub - CenterLock Disc DT Swiss 240s Straight Pull Front Hub - CenterLock Disc
The DT Swiss 240s Hub System is legendary, meaning no one will second-guess you for wanting to build up your wheelset with one. If that set happens to be one you'd like to build with straight-pull spokes on a bike that's going to run Shimano CenterLock Rotors, then you'd be wise to opt for this, the DT Swiss 240s Straight Pull CenterLock Disc Front Hub. The 240s front hubs use a forged aluminum shell that houses stainless steel bearings (balls and races), which are known for their famous durability. And thanks to the DT Swiss labyrinth seal system -- non-contacting seals that utilize an asymmetrical path to resist moisture, muck, and grit -- your bearings will keep their magical smoothness over the long haul. The minimal shell design remains tremendously strong while maintaining incredibly low weight, thanks to the lack of a flange that would normally be in place to anchor J-bend spokes. Please note that you'll need rotor adapters to mount any rotors other than Shimano CenterLock rotors.
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DT Swiss 240s Straight Pull Rear Hub - CenterLock Disc DT Swiss 240s Straight Pull Rear Hub - CenterLock Disc
Designed for use with CenterLock rotors, straight-pull spokes, and mountain bikes with 142mm rear thru-axles, the DT Swiss 240s Straight Pull Rear CenterLock Disc Hub is built on DT's proven 240 platform, and it's ready for whatever you are. The 240s rear hubs use a forged aluminum shell that houses stainless steel bearings (balls and races), which are known for their famous durability. And thanks to the DT Swiss labyrinth seal system -- non-contacting seals that utilize an asymmetrical path to resist moisture, muck, and grit -- your bearings will keep their magical smoothness over the long haul. In addition to the way it sings on fast descents, the 240s' Star Ratchet freehub system is legendary for its simplicity, durability, and instant power transfer. The ratcheting freehub offers tool-free access for routine cleaning and lubrication, and the freehub body is made of aluminum to maintain a lightweight package. Thanks to the fact that we now live in a world of 10- and 11-speed drivetrains, many hub and wheelset configurations have asymmetrical, highly dished rear wheels. This asymmetry often doesn't allow adequate spoke tension on the non-drive side of the wheel, causing unequal loads and an inherently weak wheel. DT Swiss concentrated on this problem when it developed the 240s Rear Hub. Its optimized geometry improves the wheel's symmetry, giving you tons of reliability and resistance to detensioning. The configuration for straight-pull spokes saves further weight, too, as the flanges that normally would anchor J-bend spokes are eliminated.
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DT Swiss Star Ratchet Upgrade Kit DT Swiss Star Ratchet Upgrade Kit
If you're looking for quicker engagement on your pedal stroke, DT Swiss offers a Star Ratchet Upgrade Kit to make its stock 18t hubs more responsive. The kit comes with a set of two of DT's signature ratchet rings, along with a pot of the grease that the manufacturer recommends for installation. Upgrade a set of 190 ceramic, 240, 350, or 440 freeride hubs with the kit to take advantage of quicker engagement for covering attacks on the road or popping across obstacles on the trail.
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DT Swiss XD Driver DT Swiss XD Driver
SRAM's XX1 11-speed drivetrains are becoming more and more popular, and that means the need for corresponding components is increasing, too. DT Swiss is right there with SRAM, and its XD Driver is designed to make certain DT Swiss hubs compatible with XX1. Just swap out the freehub body, replace it with the XD, and you'll be ready to enjoy the simplicity and weight savings of XX1 without the need for tools, a new wheelset, or a total rebuild. Please note that the XD Driver doesn't include end caps.
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Easton XD Driver Easton XD Driver
Drivetrains are constantly evolving. It can be tough to keep up with the options, and expensive to try to stay on top. The good folks at Easton feel your pain, and they know that you love your Easton wheels. That's why they made the Easton XD Driver--so you can keep your Eastons and keep up with the XX1 Joneses.Unfortunately, SRAM's 11-speed XX1 group requires a totally different freehub body than the standard 9- or 10-speed SRAM or Shimano freehub body. The XD Driver solves this problem. It's compatible with Easton's M1-121, M1-221, M1-321, and M1-322 hubs, so your late model Easton wheels are probably covered. However, you'll want to check the part number printed on your hub before ordering.
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ENVE Carbon Fiber Road Hub Set ENVE Carbon Fiber Road Hub Set
Few looming product releases have had the effect of inspiring as many drool-on-the-keyboard moments at the Competitive office as ENVE's Carbon Fiber Road Hub Set. Now the wait is over. According to ENVE, MTN-Qhubeka's underrated diesel Mr. Cummings was riding these hubs when he won stage 14 at the 2015 Tour, but it looks to us like he was actually riding DT Swiss branded hubs -- probably the usual 240s that ENVE laces most of its rims to. We think that's an important distinction to make, because ENVE's carbon hubs are actually lighter and smoother than what Cummings was (apparently) riding. Like Cummings' 240s hubs, the ENVE carbon hubs feature DT Swiss' venerable star ratchet engagement system; unlike those 240s, though, the carbon hubs are built with CeramicSpeed bearings instead of stainless steel, putting them more on par with DT's top-tier 180 hubs. The hubs' weights also compare favorably to Cummings' stage-winning kit, with the carbon hubs weighing 74g (front) and 158g (rear) for a total claimed weight of just 232g -- 92g lighter than the 240s set. The secret to the weight loss is, obviously, the carbon shell and flanges, all of which are laid-up as a single piece. This allows ENVE to wrap threads continuously across the hubs' bodies in much the same way as its wheels, increasing structural integrity while requiring less material to keep weight to a minimum. The spoke holes are also molded in, not drilled, which further improves the hubs' strength and results in a hub body so strong that -- in industry testing -- the spokes fail before it does. While we shouldn't be surprised that ENVE is rolling such quality out of its Northern Utah manufacturing facility, we still can't help but be impressed every time the company rewrites what's possible to achieve with carbon fiber.
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HED XD Driver Body HED XD Driver Body
If you're running a SRAM one-by drivetrain but aren't ready to surrender your top speed gears, the HED XD Driver Body will convert your wheels to accommodate a 10t cog. After all, what good is the simplicity and lower weight of a one-by setup if your top speed is hampered' The XD Driver features the same five pawl engagement as HED's standard 545 freehub bodies, so the engagement doesn't suffer, but your opponents will.
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Industry Nine Front Enduro Hub Conversion Kit Industry Nine Front Enduro Hub Conversion Kit
The Industry Nine Enduro front hub is their large diameter hub shell. It's bad, it's beautiful, and it can accommodate any front axle type known to man. We sell our Enduro wheels with a 20mm thru-axle, but for those of you wanting something different, the Industry Nine Enduro Front Hub Conversion Kit will allow you to do just that. Please Note: If you have an Enduro Hub already configured with a 20mm thru-axle and need to make a change to quick release or 9mm thru-bolt, you'll simply need the end caps because the axle is the same for all three configurations. However, if you need to convert your 20mm front hub to 15mm, you'll need the 15mm axle and end caps to make the conversion. Inversely, a switch from 15mm to any of the other configurations will require an axle and end caps.
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Industry Nine TORCH Rear Axle Conversion Kit Industry Nine TORCH Rear Axle Conversion Kit
The Industry Nine TORCH Rear Axle Conversion Kit converts your rear hub to a 12x142mm, 12x157mm, or Quick Release/135mm. This axle kit will work for Classic Hubs, Enduro hubs, and XC hubs. It includes the axle, adjustable dustcap, set-screw, and a slip-on endcap. It comes in one color and three options: 12x142mm, 12x157mm, or Quick Release/135mm.
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Mavic Freehub Body Mavic Freehub Body
Mavic makes swappable freehub bodies for most of their rear wheels so you're not permanently married to either SRAM/Shimano or Campy. You can start off with one body with its unique splines, and you can switch to the other fast. The bodies are known in Mavic-speak as FTS-L, or Force Transfer System-Light. The body is made of steel, as you'll currently find on all of Mavic's road wheelsets. In the recent past, most have had the FTS-L as well, save the Aksium. The M-10 is the Shimano/SRAM-compatible body. The Campy-spline version is known as ED-11 aka Campagnolo-11. ED-11 is the ED-10, just with the addition of a . 55mm spacer that slides onto the cassette body and nestles on flange at the spoke end of the cassette, so it sits between the cassette body flange and the tallest cog of the cassette. If you're still running Campy 10-speed, you just take the spacer off before installing your cassette. Campagnolo released their 11-speed groups without tipping off wheel manufacturers, so the manufacturers had to scramble. This spacer moves the cogs out ever so slightly. It's enough for all of the wheels Mavic has produced since February 2009, and most of the wheels before then. There are a few exceptions. The early Cosmic Carbone SLs, those produced before February 2009, have too bulky a drive side flange to work with Campy 11. The Mavic R-Sys and R-Sys Premiums produced before winter 2008-2009 also have too-bulky a drive side flange. In both cases, the new flange design is a bit narrower to accommodate that 11th cog.
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PowerTap 15mm Alloy Freehub Body Kit PowerTap 15mm Alloy Freehub Body Kit
Sad but true face: hubs, like every other part of your bike, wear out. You could replace the entire hub, or you could mail to Malaysia (or somewhere equally distant) for service, or you could fix it up with the PowerTap 15mm Allow Freehub Body Kit and be ready to ride again in minutes. Grease it up, slide it on, stick your cassette back together, and you'll be ready to ride before your microwave pizza is good to go. This hub can be ridden with Shimano 10- or 11-speed or a Campagnolo 11-speed drivetrain, and comes in a ceramic Shimano version if you're looking to take things to the next level.
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PowerTap Front Hub PowerTap Front Hub
Match your PowerTap G3 with the PowerTap Front Hub to give your bike a more finished look. Your bike will look better. You will feel happier. The world will be a better place. For years, PowerTap had a problem. Not only was its powermeter hiding underneath a rather bulky rear hub, but the hub didn't match any front hub on the market. Cyclists pretend not to be a vain lot, but woe is the rider who dares riding mismatched wheels on the Sunday parade/hammerfest. So, PowerTap did the smart thing and designed a front hub that matched its powermeter rear hubs. Originally, it had carbon fiber windows to match the aesthetic of the rear hubs, even with the same graphic treatment. And now that they've evolved from the windows, the front hub has as well. The new hub lost 27g in weight and it received a new 10mm diameter axle -- replacing the previous 9mm axle. It's both lighter and stiffer, which is always appreciated. In fact, the hub tips the scales around a svelte 97 grams. The hub shell is constructed from aluminum and the hub features an aluminum axle that runs on 6901 sealed bearing cartridges. The flanges are drilled for 20, 24, 28, or 32 spokes. The spoke holes are 2. 5mm in diameter, so just about all conventional J-bend spokes will fit. The spoke holes aren't slotted, nor is slotting recommended. The hub is able to be built into a wheel with either radial or crossed spokes. For home wheel builders, the measurements are as follows: hub center-to-flange distance is 34. 4mm on both sides and the flange diameter is 38mm. The PowerTap Front Hub may have "power" written on it, but it neither takes nor transmits power readings. It's available in the color Black, and it does not include a quick-release skewer.
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PowerTap G3 Hub PowerTap G3 Hub
Shedding weight and size from previous generations, the PowerTap G3 Wireless Hub is lighter than ever, tipping the scales at a paltry 325 grams. Plus, its flange diameter has shrunk to 57 millimeters, making it feel just like a regular hub on the road. It also sports a low-key matte black finish that's much more subdued than earlier versions. Other than its smaller size and stealth matte black finish, the G3 Hub retains +/- 1. 5% accuracy for precise power measurement. For the design of the hub, PowerTap built the electronics into the end cap itself. This allows you to swap out end caps, should you experience a reading problem, instead of sending the entire wheel to PowerTap for analysis. Moreover, it allows for easier battery replacement, as a single CR2032 battery powers the G3. More than a just a power meter, the G3 Hub also measures speed and cadence with high accuracy. It communicates with ANT+ cycling computers for real-time analysis of cycling statistics. Additionally, you can fit the G3 Hub with a Bluetooth Smart PowerCap (sold separately) that's compatible with popular smartphone apps, such as PowerTap mobile, Strava, and MapMyRide. Please note that the G3 Hub doesn't include a skewer, and it comes with a Shimano/SRAM or Campagnolo freehub body. It also includes instructions and a special tool for the hub's end cap.
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PowerTap G3 MTB Disc Hub PowerTap G3 MTB Disc Hub
The Power Tap G3 MTB Disc hub finally allows mountain bikers to utilize power analysis during their singletrack rides. This beefier version of the road hub is specifically designed for the abuse that mountain bikers dish out, and built to be paired with a standard 160mm mountain bike disc brake rotor. The Power Tap G3 features a 74mm diameter and a 15mm alloy axle. The stiffness-to-weight ratio is incredible. The total weight is about 680 grams, but that includes the 160mm rotor. The system relies on eight strain gauges, which yield measurements within +/-1. 5%. Of course, Power Tap built the electronics into the end cap, so you don't have to dismantle the wheel to service the brain. The whole thing is powered by a single CR2032 watch battery, which will last for approximately 300 hours of riding. As is the standard, the G3 is equipped with an ANT+ wireless transmitter that sends power, torque, speed, and virtual cadence data to either PowerTap's Joule or any computer unit that translates ANT+ (It doesn't work with Yellow CPUs.) The G3 is capable of storing up to 15 hours of data in one-second gathering intervals, and up to 30 hours of data in two-second gathering intervals.
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PowerTap G3C Hub PowerTap G3C Hub
Ceramic Speed bearings are said to be the lightest, smoothest, and most durable bearings on the market. When you read about pro teams replacing stock bearings with ceramics, Ceramic Speed is the company they rely on. These bearings are hybrid ceramic, with steel races and rounder-than-round ceramic balls. They're the ne plus ultra of the bearing world and are the upgrade that transforms the PowerTap G3 Wireless Hub into the G3C Wireless Hub. They run smoother, and they shave 10g off of the total weight of the G3 rear hub. G3 is short for Generation Three. Much like the G2 hub, this one chops a prodigious amount of weight off the previous version, but it does much more than that. The G3 design looks like a conventional hub, with a Matte Black finish and smaller diameter that masks the hub's purpose. This is only the most obvious of the changes. A much bigger deal is the new electronics configuration. They're now attached to the left hub cap rather than to the hub body, and they're able to be serviced without sending back the hub or rendering it useless. That the brains of the hub are able to be serviced without sending back the wheel is huge. Just about every single powermeter ever produced, whether it's a hub, crank, or a pedal, it needs to be serviced at some time over its operating life. Until now, you've needed to give up your precious meter for days, or even weeks, to get it worked on and returned. We've witnessed power fiends get despondent and desperate, trying to figure out how they can source a spare powermeter for the duration of the absence. Now, you're able to get a spare cap with all of the electronics before you send yours in. And shipping is simpler and cheaper when you don't have to stick a wheel in a box. Another improvement that comes with this change is a single CR2032 watch battery powers the transmitter. These batteries are easier to source and replace than the two 357 batteries found in the older hubs. The battery should last for approxima...
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Shimano AX76 12x142mm Thru-Axle Shimano AX76 12x142mm Thru-Axle
The AX76 12x142mm Thru-Axle is Shimano's skewer for the E-Thru Axle system built into kit like the superlative XTR hubs. If you're looking for a new 12mm skewer for your Shimano rig, we recommend not taking the risk of discovering previously unknown compatibility issues between brand X and the E-Thru design as your rear wheel tumbles out in the middle of a techy rock garden. Run Shimano, and ride with confidence.
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Shimano Dura-Ace HB-9000 Front Road Hub Shimano Dura-Ace HB-9000 Front Road Hub
Whether you're after a featherweight low spoke count or a stalwart Clydesdale build, few front hubs offer the all-around value as Shimano's Dura-Ace HB-9000. The hubs roll on Shimano's precise, adjustable cup and cone bearings, which enjoy the advantages of being serviceable and spreading load more effectively compared to cartridge bearings. The hubs also feature Shimano's Digital Click Adjustment, which actually refers to your fingers, not some sort of high-tech electronic device operating in a virtual world. Once you've loosened the hubs with an Allen key, you can adjust hubs with your own fingers -- no cone wrench required. The freehub body and axle are titanium and aluminum, respectively, to keep the weight down. Finally, we noted earlier that the cup and cone bearings in these hubs are serviceable. That's definitely something you'll want to do on occasion in order to keep them running in top shape. After all, they're a lightweight, race-tuned set of bearings, which means they're capable of operating at levels that other bearings can only dream of.
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Shimano Dura-Ace HB-9000 Rear 11-Speed Road Hub Shimano Dura-Ace HB-9000 Rear 11-Speed Road Hub
Despite the fact that it's one of the most crucial points of power transfer, the rear hub is often neglected in favor of a focus on bottom brackets and crankset bearings. The cup and cone bearings and labyrinth and contact seals of Shimano's Dura-Ace HB-9000 Rear 11-Speeed Road Hub make them even more reliable than the venerable Ultegra models, ensuring that you won't lose sleep over lost watts due to inefficient or compromised internals. The hubs feature Shimano's Digital Click Adjustment, which actually refers to your fingers, not some sort of high-tech electronic device operating in a virtual world. Once you've loosened the hubs with an Allen key, you can adjust hubs with your own fingers -- no cone wrench required. The freehub body and axle are titanium and aluminum, respectively, to keep the weight down. Finally, we noted earlier that the cup and cone bearings in these hubs are serviceable. That's definitely something you'll want to do on occasion in order to keep them running in top shape. After all, they're a lightweight, race-tuned set of bearings, which means they're capable of operating at levels that other bearings can only dream of.
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Zipp 188 Freehub Body Zipp 188 Freehub Body
If you have a current set of Zipp wheels, they'll come with the new 188 rear hub. It's the one with the preload collar on the left side. Of course, they are available to fit Shimano/SRAM or Campagnolo, but we don't think your initial choice of freehub body design should lock you into a component group for the life of your wheels. This is why we're offering loose Zipp 188 Freehub Bodies. This way, you're free to choose what components you run on your bike since the freehub bodies are so easy to replace. This body is specific to the 188 hub. If you have the previous Zipp rear hub iteration, the Zipp 182, you need a different body, which we also sell. The 188s have a larger axle diameter. Zipp makes both Campagnolo-splined and Shimano/SRAM-splined freehub bodies for the 188 hub shell. A . 25 mm spacer goes between the body and hub shell in both Campy and Shimano-SRAM. If you are running Campagnolo 11-speed cassette, Zipp recommends putting a second . 25mm spacer between the body and hub shell.
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