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$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
$352.90 - $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. 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
$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
$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
$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
$164.45
Fits all SRAM XD and XDR 12 Speed Road and Mountain Cassettes Features: - Made from 6/4 titanium - Compatible with either 24T or 48T engagement systems Freehub bodies come with: - 2 bearings installed - 3 pawl springs - Pawls not included - Use your old pawls unless damaged - 1.8mm cassette spacer included on XD/XDR drivers only - Spacers available separately for Shimano HG 11 and HG 10 - Not compatible with other brands of hubs
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