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DT Swiss Onyx Center Lock Rear Hub Hub

2/5 (1 Reviews)
Weight : 374 grams


Product Description

The Onyx center lock disc hub features DT Swiss proven technology, including the DT Swiss quad bearing system, high grade seals, optimized flange geometry and spoke hole chamfering, and utilizes a proprietary 2-pawl system with eighteen points of engagement. DT Swiss Onyx hubs are priced at the lower end of the DT Swiss lineup, yet offer better quality and performance than most OEM Hubs. Onyx hubs offer a great alternative as a hub upgrade for use with center lock* brakes.

The Onyx center lock* hub is maintenance friendly and easily serviceable through the DT Swiss worldwide dealer network, and is 100% produced and hand built in Switzerland.



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User Reviews

Overall Rating:2
Value Rating:2
Submitted by vmed_cha_gr a Cross Country Rider from Greece

Date Reviewed: November 4, 2008

Strengths:    There is no strength in this product.

Weaknesses:    What a crap. Lasted only 2000km on normal XC rides. Then started to sing : krskrggrrtrriskr... Opened it with my local bicycle expert. Some pieces of the freewheel decided to have coffe with the main bearings..!!!

Bottom Line:   
This hub replaced my old XT one as an upgrade.
God what have i done. I thought that DT rules but i guess this is their cheap crapy onyx serries which was previously removed from their product line.

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Favorite Trail:   kefalonia

Duration Product Used:   More than 3 years

Price Paid:    $105.00

Similar Products Used:   Hone. Shimano XT.

Bike Setup:   Specialized epic 2005 with full xt, Rockshox Reba and Mavic ex729 wheels.

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