Demolition A Cassette Hub

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The Demolition A Cassette Hub is a strong rear BMX hubThat is also available in LHD or non-LHD versions. Rear WheelType: BMX Rear Hub Spacing: 110 mm Skewer Included: Bolt-On Weight: 479 g Intended Use: BMX Hub Drilling: 36 spokes Rear AxleType: 14mm bolt on Cassette BodyType: Single Cog Driver Hub/Brake Compatibility: Rim Brake

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Using a 10spd on a 8spd cassette

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