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The Hive QR Front Hub Hub

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MSRP : $180.00

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Designed to match the unique style of the SS Disc Hub, the MTB Disc Front QR hub not only provides a platform for a better disc wheel, it’s hollow carbon shell allows our engineers to minimize weight.

  • Precision Japanese ball bearings
  • 32 holes; 100mm spacing
  • 160 grams
  • Color : Silver/Carbon Fiber

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