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White Industries CLD 32h Rear Hub - 142mm Thru, XD/XDR
$352.90
Our CLD (Center Lock Disc) hubs are designed around the Center Lock splined rotor mounting interface as opposed to the 6-bolt mounting standard used on our XMR hub. The Center Lock system allows us to decrease the flange diameter which results in a slightly lighter hub that’s at home on road builds but retains the durability needed for mountain applications. Made in our shop from U.S. sourced 6061-T6 aluminum, they’re available in a range of drillings, colors, and axle configurations. A question we always get about our disc hubs is, “CLD or XMR? Which is better?”. Neither is “better” than the other. Both share the same internals and the differences really come down to the respective designs having to accommodate the two different rotor mounting interfaces. The CLD has a more compact look and is slightly lighter while the XMR has larger flanges which allow those really cool “windows” to be machined into them. The bottom line is you really can’t go wrong with either hub! Most of the time choosing is simply a matter of which disc rotor system you already have on your bike, so your choice is kind of made for you. And if you’re building a new bike, it’s not a bad idea to stick with the rotor system you’re using on your other bikes, just in case you want to swap things around. And to add to it, Shimano and SRAM don’t offer all their rotor models and sizes in both Center Lock and 6 bolt, so be aware of that when speccing out your new rig. - U.S. made 6061-T6 aluminum - Enduro ABEC 5 bearings - 6/4 titanium driver - 3-pawl, 48 point (7.5 degree) engagement - Easily serviceable/rebuildable - Compatible with Center Lock style rotors - Rotor lockrings not included SPECIFICATIONS - 256g - 32H
White Industries CLD Front Front Hub - 24H, 12 X 100mm w/o Lock Ring
$196.60 - $366.40
Our CLD (Center Lock Disc) hubs are designed around the Center Lock splined rotor mounting interface as opposed to the 6-bolt mounting standard used on our XMR hub. Made in our shop from U.S. sourced 6061-T6 aluminum, they’re available in a range of drillings, colors, and axle configurations. A question we always get about our disc hubs is, “CLD or XMR? Which is better?”. Neither is “better” than the other. Both share the same internals and the differences really come down to the respective designs having to accommodate the two different rotor mounting interfaces. Bottom line is you really can’t go wrong with either hub! - U.S. made 6061-T6 aluminum - Enduro bearings - Compatible with Center Lock style rotors - Rotor lockrings not included - Rotor lockring compatibility: Internally splined lockring such as Shimano SM-RT81 / Externally splined lockring such as Shimano SM-HB20 or HB-M8010 SPECIFICATIONS - 145g - Drilling: 24 - Axles: 12mm Thru (works with removable QR plugs) 12mm x 100mm Thru / 9mm x 100mm QR (plugs remove to convert to 15 Thru) - Bearings: Two Enduro ABEC 5 17287-2rs bearings - Spoke hole diameter: 2.6mm - Left flange diameter: 45mm - Right flange diameter: 45mm - Center to left flange: 20.5mm - Center to right flange: 34.5mm
White Industries CLD Front Front Hub - Purple, 32H, 12 X 100mm w/o Lock Ring
$207.45
Our CLD (Center Lock Disc) hubs are designed around the Center Lock splined rotor mounting interface as opposed to the 6-bolt mounting standard used on our XMR hub. Made in our shop from U.S. sourced 6061-T6 aluminum, they’re available in a range of drillings, colors, and axle configurations. A question we always get about our disc hubs is, “CLD or XMR? Which is better?”. Neither is “better” than the other. Both share the same internals and the differences really come down to the respective designs having to accommodate the two different rotor mounting interfaces. Bottom line is you really can’t go wrong with either hub! - U.S. made 6061-T6 aluminum - Enduro bearings - Compatible with Center Lock style rotors - Rotor lockrings not included - Rotor lockring compatibility: Internally splined lockring such as Shimano SM-RT81 / Externally splined lockring such as Shimano SM-HB20 or HB-M8010 SPECIFICATIONS - 145g - Drilling: 32 - Axles: 15mm Thru (works with removable QR plugs) 12mm x 100mm Thru / 9mm x 100mm QR (plugs remove to convert to 15 Thru) - Bearings: Two Enduro ABEC 5 17287-2rs bearings - Spoke hole diameter: 2.6mm - Left flange diameter: 45mm - Right flange diameter: 45mm - Center to left flange: 20.5mm - Center to right flange: 34.5mm
White Industries CLD Front Hub - 12mm, TA, 32h
$185.50 - $193.20
Our CLD (Center Lock Disc) hubs are designed around the Center Lock splined rotor mounting interface as opposed to the 6-bolt mounting standard used on our XMR hub. The Center Lock system allows us to decrease the flange diameter which results in a slightly lighter hub that’s at home on road builds but retains the durability needed for mountain applications. Made in our shop from U.S. sourced 6061-T6 aluminum, they’re available in a range of drillings, colors, and axle configurations. A question we always get about our disc hubs is, “CLD or XMR? Which is better?”. Neither is “better” than the other. Both share the same internals and the differences really come down to the respective designs having to accommodate the two different rotor mounting interfaces. The CLD has a more compact look and is slightly lighter while the XMR has larger flanges which allows those really cool “windows” to be machined into them. Bottom line is you really can’t go wrong with either hub! Most of the time choosing is simply a matter of which disc rotor system you already have on your bike, so your choice is kind of made for you. And if you’re building a new bike, it’s not a bad idea to stick with the rotor system you’re using on your other bikes, just in case you want to swap things around. And to add to it, Shimano and SRAM don’t offer all their rotor models and sizes in both Center Lock and 6 bolt, so be aware of that when speccing out your new rig. - U.S. made 6061-T6 aluminum - Enduro ABEC 5 bearings - Easily serviceable/rebuildable - Compatible with Center Lock style rotors - Redesigned axle to allow you to use the standard Center Lock lock nut provided with Shimano rotors - Rotor lockrings not included SPECIFICATIONS - 145g - 32H drillings - 100mm O.L.D. dimension (standard fork spacing, non-boost) - 12mm Thru axle - Two Enduro ABEC 5 17287-2rs bearings
White Industries CLD Rear Hub - Purple, 24H; 12mm X 142mm; SRAM XD/XDR 11/12 SPEED
$366.40
Our CLD (Center Lock Disc) hubs are designed around the Center Lock splined rotor mounting interface as opposed to the 6-bolt mounting standard used on our XMR hub. Made in our shop from U.S. sourced 6061-T6 aluminum, they’re available in a range of drillings, colors, and axle configurations. A question we always get about our disc hubs is, “CLD or XMR? Which is better?”. Neither is “better” than the other. Both share the same internals and the differences really come down to the respective designs having to accommodate the two different rotor mounting interfaces. Bottom line is you really can’t go wrong with either hub! - U.S. made 6061-T6 aluminum - Enduro bearings - 6/4 titanium driver - 3-pawl, 48 point (7.5 degree) engagement - Compatible with Center Lock style rotors - Rotor lockrings not included - Rotor lockring compatibility - Internally splined lockring such as Shimano SM-RT81 - Cassette spacer included only on XDR freehub bodies - Available separately for Shimano HG11 (part# SPACER11) SPECIFICATIONS - 256g - Drillings: 24 - Axles: 12mm x 142mm Thru
White Industries XMR Boost Rear Hub - 32H, Black, 142 x 12mm TA, Microspline
$394.50
Our XMR+ (Cross/Mountain/Road) Boost hubs are designed around the ISO 6-bolt rotor mounting interface as opposed to the Center Lock mounting standard used on our CLD hub. The Boost spacing allows for wider hub flange spacing which results in better spoke bracing angles. Made in our shop from U.S. sourced 6061-T6 aluminum, they’re available in a range of drillings, colors, and axle configurations. A question we always get about our disc hubs is, “CLD or XMR? Which is better?”. Neither is “better” than the other. Both share the same internals and the differences really come down to the respective designs having to accommodate the two different rotor mounting interfaces. Bottom line is you really can’t go wrong with either hub! Most of the time choosing is simply a matter of which disc rotor system you already have on your bike, so your choice is kind of made for you. And if you’re building a new bike, it’s not a bad idea to stick with the rotor system you’re using on your other bikes, just in case you want to swap things around. And to add to it, Shimano and SRAM don’t offer all their rotor models and sizes in both Center Lock and 6 bolt, so be aware of that when speccing out your new rig. - U.S. made 6061-T6 aluminum - Enduro ABEC 5 bearings - 6/4 titanium driver - 3-pawl, 48 point (7.5 degree) engagement - Easily serviceable/rebuildable - Compatible with 6-bolt rotors SPECIFICATIONS - 306g - 32H - 12mm x 142mm Thru Axles
Surly Ultra New Disc Front Hub
$85.00
Surly's Ultra New Disc Front Hub is a gorgeous hunk of aluminum that boasts reliable sealed bearings and a 6-bolt disc attachment. The forged chromoly axle is flex-free for steering precision, long-lasting durability and simple quick-release compatibility.
Surly Ultra New Front Hub
$60.00
Track stars and fixed-gear converts will love Surly's Ultra New Front Hub. This gorgeous hunk of aluminum sports sealed bearings for all-weather reliability and low friction. And, the hollow axle is forged from flex-free chromoly for steering precision, long-lasting durability and simple quick-release compatibility.
Surly Ultra New Rear Hub (120mm)
$70.00 - $75.00
Track stars and fixed-gear converts love Surly's Ultra New Track Rear Hub! This gorgeous hunk of aluminum boasts reliable sealed bearings, and your choice of fixed/fixed or fixed/free gearing. Plus, this hub's 120mm width fits most track frames and the flex-free solid axle is forged from rugged chromoly.
Stan's No Tubes Durasync Freehub Body: Micro Spline, Red
$90.00
Durasync freehub bodies feature triple freehub bearings for increased axle stability to handle even greater vertical and torsional loads. Comes standard on Neo hubs. - 6-pawl system provides 36 points of contact and 10-degree engagment for quick acceleration - Chromed steel bearings - Wide bearing stance and axle design reduces flex and adds durability - Low drag main seal prevents contamination and reduces resistance SPECIFICATIONS - Cassette Body Type: Shimano Micro Spline
Shutter Precision PD-7 IS-Disc Front T-A Hub, 12x100mm, 32h - Black
$190.30
- High efficiency, lightweight dynamo hubs are great for powering lights, chargers and other electronics while riding - Designed for reliability in extreme conditions - 6-volt 3-watt output SPECIFICATIONS - Axle/spacing (mm): 12x100 TA - Brake: 6-bolt (IS) disc - Hole: 32h - Color: black - Weight: 419g - Flange diameter: 58mm left and 52mm right - Center to flange: 25mm left and right **We're known for our custom wheel builds. Call or text us to get started on building up a wheelset using these hubs.
Shutter Precision PL-8X CL-Disc Front T-A Hub, 15x100mm, 32h - Black
$219.40
- High efficiency, lightweight dynamo hubs are great for powering lights, chargers, and other electronics while riding - Designed for reliability in extreme conditions - 8X-series hubs are 78% efficient at 15 kph (9.3 mph) - 6-volt 3-watt output SPECIFICATIONS - Axle/spacing (mm): 15x100 TA - Brake: center lock disc - Hole: 32h - Color: black - Weight: 468g - Flange diameter: 58mm left and right - Center to flange: 25mm left and right **We're known for our custom wheel builds. Call or text us to get started on building up a wheelset using these hubs.
Shimano Alfine Centerlock Dynamo Hub
$143.99 - $150.00
Shimano Alfine Center Lock Dynamo Front Hub - Compatible with 26 to 28-inch wheel sizes - Light alloy QR lever and nut - 6V, 3.0W output - Centerlock rotor mount - Spoke Interface: J-Bend - Weight: 575g
Shimano Deore M6000 Centerlock Front Hub
$24.99 - $28.99
Shimano's Deore Front Hub offers durability and fast, smooth riding. It features a high-quality cold-forged aluminum shell, super durable angular contact bearings with high-polish bearing surfaces, and Shimano's easy-to-use Center Lock disc mount. The included quick-release skewer makes wheel installation and removal a breeze. - Hub/Brake Compatibility: Center-Lock Disc - Axle Type: QR - Axle Length: 100mm
Shimano Deore XT M756 6-Bolt Disc Front Hub
$59.99
Shimano XT M756 front hub. - Double contact sealing - Super polished bearing races for low friction rolling - Light alloy QR lever and nut - 6-bolt ISO disc mounting surface
Shimano SLX M7100 Front Hub
$45.99
With simple setup and reliable trail performance, the SLX front hub is perfect for custom MTB wheel builds. - Easy disc brake rotor installation with Center Lock spline mount and lock ring - Tool-free 15mm thru axle system is stiff and lightweight - Simple setup and reliable trail performance
Shimano Ultegra HB-6800 Front Hub Quick Release
$19.00
Shimano Ultegra 6800 Front Hub Quick Release Skewer - Overall Length: 133mm - Intended for 100mm spacing - Color: Dark Gray - Front Axle Type: Standard QR
Schmidt SON28 12 x 100mm Centerlock Disc Hub- Black Anodized
$378.00
The SON28 has a bit more power at low speed than the SONdelux so it's a bit better for those who use the hub's power for charging a GPS or mobile telephone on tour. The Schmidt Dynamo front hub or SON (Schmidt's Original Nabendynamo) is extremely reliable and has almost no drag. Made by Wilfried Schmidt Maschinenbau in Tübingen, Germany, the hub is quiet and is designed to give at least 50,000 kilometers of trouble free riding between servicings. The hub powers many different six volt headlights including Schmidt's own Edelux II LED headlight and assorted taillights, both older halogen and LED headlamps and taillights made by Busch & Müller in Meinerzhagen, Germany, plus Supernova and Spanninga lights. Many cyclists want to charge a cell phone or GPS while they ride. The SON hubs are ideal for keeping your GPS going. There are several AC to DC converters for this purpose. When your bicycle can make its own light, it becomes a reliable means of transportation, not just a toy or play thing for an afternoon's entertainment or exercise. With an automobile, you take its lights for granted. You get in the car, turn on a switch, and drive on down the road with the light you need. With the SON, you can take quality lighting on your bicycle for granted, just as you do in a car, making your bicycle just as convenient to use for everyday transportation as an automobile. SON dynamo hubs have a five year warrantee. Thru-Axle forks and hubs are much better for bikes with disc brakes than are traditional hollow axle hubs because Thru-Axle hubs ensure perfect alignment of the disc every time you install the wheel. But with a dynamo hub, there's a catch. Standard hubs with Thru-Axles don't require the skewer to be as tight as it would need to be on a traditional hollow axle hub. The skewer only needs to be tight enough so that it doesn't come loose while you ride, whereas a QR in a hollow axle hub must be tighter, lest the hub work its way out of the dropout. So cyclists with Thru-Axle hubs quickly get used to installing the skewer less tightly than they would with a hollow axle. This can cause trouble with a dynamo hub. If the dynamo hub is not held tightly in the Thru-Axle dropouts, the hub will vibrate a bit and the axle will rotate. If it rotates enough there will be stress on the wires and the spade connectors embedded in the axle. Either the wires or the spade connectors will be damaged, and no power will come from the hub. When you first install your SON Thru-Axle hub, carefully notice the orientation of the connectors. Perhaps align them straight down if possible, with the wire then looping around and up the fork blade. Ride for a few minutes with the lights on, or with your phone charging. Then stop and notice if the connectors are still pointed straight down. If they have rotated a bit clockwise, you'll know that your skewer was not tight enough. Make the skewer tighter and do the experiment again. Once you have the skewer tight enough so that the connectors never rotate, you're good to go. **We're known for our custom wheel builds. Call or text us to get started on building up a wheelset using these hubs.
SRAM 746 Rear Disc Hub
$135.00 - $154.00
High quality sealed bearing hub is available in traditional and modern configurations. - Steel axle, aluminum end caps with steel knurled contact surfaces - Same proven driver mechanism as higher priced models - Spoke Interface: J-Bend - Hub/Brake Compatibility: 6-Bolt Disc - Skewer Included: No - Bearing Type: Sealed Cartridge
Phil Wood High Flange Rear Hub - Threaded x 120mm, Rim Brake, Threaded, Silver, 32H
$259.08
Phil Wood High-Flange Rear Hubs SPECIFICATIONS - Skewer Included: No - Hub Drilling: 32 - Bearing Type: Sealed Cartridge - Center to Flange, Right: 28.5 - Color: Silver - Hub/Brake Compatibility: Rim Brake - Cassette Body Type: Threaded Track - Spoke Interface: J-Bend - Center to Flange, Left: 28.5 - Flange Diameter, Right: 66 - Flange Diameter, Left: 66 - Rear Axle: 10x1 Threaded x 120mm - Weight: 230g
Onyx Racing Products MTB Hub Set 32H
$670.00
- Front: Boost 15x110mm - Rear 148mm XDR - Center Lock - Anodized Black Matte finish
Industry Nine 1/1 Road Classic Front Hub
$136.00 - $144.00
Confident and capable of cleaning the A-line yet budget-friendly to save up for a season of bucket-list rides, the 1/1 hub stays true to the performance heritage of Industry Nine. - High-load sealed cartridge bearings - Classic j-bend spokes - Robust protection system using a labyrinth radial lip seal and endcap proximity seals unencumbered by bearing wear or preload - CNC machined, anodized, and assembled entirely in Asheville, NC - Unified service parts across the range
Industry Nine 1/1 Road Classic Rear Hub
$306.00 - $309.00
Confident and capable of cleaning the A-line yet budget-friendly to save up for a season of bucket-list rides, the 1/1 hub stays true to the performance heritage of Industry Nine. Featuring a dual phased-pawl drive mechanism accomplishing 90 points with 4° engagement, by way of a six pawl driver and 45-tooth drivering. - High-load sealed cartridge bearings - Classic j-bend spokes - Robust protection system using a labyrinth radial lip seal and endcap proximity seals unencumbered by bearing wear or preload - CNC machined, anodized, and assembled entirely in Asheville, NC - Service-friendly retained pawls actuated by durable leaf-springs - Unified service parts across the range
Industry Nine Front CL Hub, 15x110 Boost 28h - Black
$240.00
- Featuring the new Hydra internals, designed around a traditional flanged hub - Angled flanges for lower spoke stress and large diameter disc flange improves wheel stiffness and brake torque transfer - Hydra freehub mechanism improves over previous Torch hub internals with multiple heads engaging for strength and quicker engagement - 6-pawl, 6-phase, 115-tooth drive ring with .52 deg between engagement points - Center Lock 35mm splined disc rotor mount - Made in Asheville, NC USA SPECIFICATIONS - F/r: front - Axle/spacing (mm): 15x110 Boost - Hole: 28h - Color: black - Weight: 137g
Industry Nine Hydra Classic 6B Rear Hub
$435.00 - $470.00
Industry Nine Hydra Classic hubs are the heart of your wheelset, everything revolves around them, literally. Every Classic Hydra hub is made from start to finish in Asheville, NC. From turning and milling bar stock 7075-T6 aluminum for shells, axles, and endcaps, wire EDM cutting A2 tool steel for pawls and driverings, to in-house anodization lab, every step of design, engineering, manufacturing, and assembly is done to exacting standards. - 690 P.O.E. Hydra Freehub body engages every 0.52 degrees, yielding telepathic control - 6 pawl, 6 phase - 115 tooth drivering - Easily serviced with no proprietary tools—designed to keep you in the saddle and out of the service queue
Industry Nine Hydra Classic Boost 6B Front Hub
$215.00 - $240.00
Industry Nine Classic hubs are the heart of your wheelset, everything revolves around them, literally. Every Classic mountain hub is made from start to finish in our Asheville, NC machine shop. From turning and milling bar stock 7075-T6 aluminum for shells, axles, and endcaps, wire EDM cutting A2 tool steel for pawls and driverings, to our own in-house anodization lab, every step of design, engineering, manufacturing, and assembly is done on-premises to our exacting standards. Hydra Classic mountain hubs are loaded with features every rider will appreciate, such as revolutionary 0.52° engagement, generously low weights, and an intuitive layout that can be serviced without any proprietary tools.
Industry Nine Hydra Classic Boost 6B Rear
$460.00
- Made start to finish in Asheville, NC - Light weight and easy to service - 690 POE feehub for near instantaneous 0.52 degree engagement
Industry Nine Hydra Front TA Hub, 15x110 32h - Purple
$240.00
- Featuring all the advantages of the Torch freehub, designed around a traditional flanged hub - Angled flanges for lower spoke stress and large diameter disc flange improves wheel stiffness and brake torque transfer - 2 bearing front: end caps available for QR, 9mm thru-bolt, and - 20x110mm thru-axle sold separately - There can be color variations during anodization from batch to batch from the colors you see on our site - Made in Asheville, NC USA SPECIFICATIONS - F/r: front - Axle/spacing (mm): 15x110 Boost - Hole: 32h - Color: purple - Weight: 166g - Flange diameter: 58mm left, 45mm right - Center to flange: 27mm left, 42mm right
Industry Nine Hydra Rear TA Hub, 12x148mm HG 32h - Purple
$460.00
- Featuring the new Hydra internals, designed around a traditional flanged hub - Angled flanges for lower spoke stress and large diameter disc flange improves wheel stiffness and brake torque transfer - Hydra freehub mechanism improves over previous Torch hub internals with multiple heads engaging for strength and quicker engagement - 6-pawl, 6-phase, 115-tooth drive ring with .52 deg between engagement points - 6-bolt/44mm-BCD International Standard disc mounting dimensions - There can be color variations during anodization from batch to batch from the colors you see on our site - Made in Asheville, NC USA - HG 8-11sp: Not compatible with HG 11sp road cassettes SPECIFICATIONS - F/r: rear (HG 8-11sp) - Axle/spacing (mm): 12x148 Boost - Hole: 32h - Color: purple - Weight: 286g - Flange diameter: 58mm left, 60mm right - Center to flange: 38mm left, 25mm right
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