Hadley Racing Single Speed Rear Hub

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Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by jjcools

Date Reviewed: February 19, 2014

Strengths:    Solid hub with a lot of versatility, Ti hub body is an amazing value add in my eyes.

Weaknesses:    Not as many color options out there and no company website to contact direct easily.

Bottom Line:   
I have been on my Hadleys for a couple years. Built up my bike as a 2x6 running a SS rear 10mm bolt on hub. The set up has worked flawlessly and love the solid feel and engagement of my Hadley rear hub. I decided on these for the price and the Ti freehub since the 2x6 requires 3 loose cogs and I did not want them to gouge the freehub body. They also have a lot of conversion options and need no special tools to change them over.

I have run I9s before and these are just as good and easy to work on with less noise. I don't mind the noise on either hub but the I9s were louder than these. I think the CK might be also but I have only ridden with guys that have them and have not actually ridden them longterm.

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