ForThose of youThat would likeThe durability,andThe ultimate in axle convertibility without a proprietary spokesystem,The classic hub is for you. I9Tried a lot of different bearingsTo find somethingTo hold upTo a wide variety of conditions, finally deciding on ABEC 5 grade Japanese bearingsdueToTheir superior seals and durability. Easily convertsTo 15mm, 20mm, 24mm and 25mm axle with addition kit (sold separately) Machined and anodized 7075 hub shell 6 bolt rotor flange ABEC 5 grade Japanese bea
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I am building a wheelset using Light Bicycles wider carbon 29er rims and am debating on the front hub to use. I am using Industry 9 Torch rear hub because I want the 120 POE. I am considering using an American Classic front hub to save both weight and money. Any pros and/or cons? I have had good luc ... Read More »
Yay or nay? How are these hubs (particularly the front hub) holding up? I've heared of sheared rotor mounts but did this just occur on older models, or newer versions as well? Before Disc Reinforcing Rings were used? And okay to use with180mm rotors?
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Hi. [url=http://www.sixfifty.com]SIXFIFTY | 650b Gear - Home[/url] has a great deal on some American Classic 650 XBC wheels that are factory take offs from Jamis Dakar B2 bikes. ($350 for the pair) I recently bought that same frame from them, but rather than buy a XFusion or a White Brothers 650b s ... Read More »
So i have been looking for a new set of tires lately and have had a hard time searching for something thats what i'd like to call the perfect combo. I really wanted to try the WTB Bronsons 2.1 but the lack of reviews on this tire made me hold off on them. So I decided to look for something cheaper f ... Read More »
I have been looking on and off for a few years. I know it's a long shot seeing this seemed to be a limited color but if anybody knows of or has a King Classic front hub in Sour Apple green for sale I would love to buy It.
I am finally getting close to building up a cross bike which I ... Read More »