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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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$180.00
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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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$239.00
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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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$440.00
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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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$100.00
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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 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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$139.99
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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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$298.99
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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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$176.00
Sale Price: $109.99


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