American Classic MTB 105 Hub

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Weight : 105 grams


Product Description

  • Quick Release: Cro-moly
  • Spacing: 100mm
  • Bearings: 6803 C3 sealed stainless steel
  • Drilling: 32 hole

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Road or MTB chain with a 105 cassette?

I have an old XT drivetrain, with a newish XT shadow derailleur. One of my brake levers is bent (nearly unusable), and I have the one-piece brake-shifter pods. I'm thinking that maybe I could get the bike to run 10-spd if I swap out the shifters for 10-spd shifters and just pick up a pair of c ... Read More »

Will a Shimano 105 rear derailleur work on a 1 x n mtb?

A bit of a weird question for maybe a weird set-up. I'm working on a new commuter that will be an SS. The rear hub is a Bontrager SS-specific hub, which looks like it can fit 3-4 cogs for a 1 x 4 speed. I'm entertaining that option. So I found a good deal on a Shimano 105 RD-5501 and was wonderin ... Read More »

Shimano 105 10sp vs MTB shifters ???

I have a cross bike that I just picked up (Gunnar Crosshairs) that has Shimano 105 10x2 sp shifters, derailluers. Might be sacreligous, but, I'd like to put a carbon MTB riser bar on it. Had a couple people tell me that the Shimano 10sp MTB shifters won't work with the road components. Rea ... Read More »

105 double/triple shifter w/ mtb FD problem!

Yikes, so I want to run some road bars and shifters on my mountain bike with an XT triple crankset, XT top or bottom pull front derailleur and I'm having trouble getting it to shift into the big ring. It's like it runs out of travel....like a double shifter instead of a triple shifter. But the box s ... Read More »

shimano 8 spd barcon w/ 105 FR & MTB Crankset

Im building up a cx bike. I want to use a truvativ MTB triple with an existing 105 bottom pull FD controlled by a shimano 8 spd barcon..will this work..well? Suggestive alternatives are welcome..the CHEAPER the better... Thanks in advance..Read More »

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