White Industries Eccentric ENO Hub

4.5/5 (2 Reviews)
MSRP : $186.00


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Product Description

White Industries ENO Eccentric Rear Hub: Our Eccentric ENO line of hubs are made specifically for bikes with vertical dropouts. The majority of bicycle frames made today are made with vertical dropouts, however, converting the frame...


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Overall Rating:4
Value Rating:3
Submitted by Big Steeve a Weekend Warrior from State of Maine

Date Reviewed: June 1, 2011

Strengths:    It works (so far). I like that it makes a nice symmetrical rear wheel. It should make for a stronger rear wheel in the long term.

Weaknesses:    Price, I dont remember exactly how much it cost, but the built-wheel was not cheap. I was not able to find it as a complete wheelset.

Bottom Line:   
The ENO hub is what it says it is. Its a very clean way to convert your geared cross country frame to run as a Single Speed. My only gripe is that it was not cheaper. But, you have to pay to play. I have had a few rides on the hub so far and it works fine. No issues with slippage using a regular skewer/quick release. It's pretty easy to adjust the chain tension.

Its nice that you can get it with either Shimano Centercrock or ISO 6-bolt disc patterns.

I took a few flamin' Chilis off for the high price tag.

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Favorite Trail:   Many

Duration Product Used:   Less than 1 month

Price Paid:    $180.00

Purchased At:   Rainbow bikes in Aub

Similar Products Used:   Shimano Cassette hub converted to single speed...btw, this works fine too and its super cheap.

Bike Setup:   Trek 8500 frame (yr 2002?), Marzocchi All Mountain 3 fork (2006 model...I think), Hayes HFX 9 hydraulic brakes, Truvativ Stylo 1.1 Cranks. 2.35" Kenda front and rear.

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by peckerwood a Racer from Bend OR USA

Date Reviewed: April 4, 2011

Bottom Line:   
What's up? No one's reviewed this product yet? It's been on the market for how long?

I don't have one but am considering it. Mostly I want to know how well it holds chain tension etc.

I guess if I buy one, I'll review for reals.

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Duration Product Used:   Less than 1 month

Price Paid:    $1000000.00

Purchased At:   not yet


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Eccentric ENO Hub questions

My SS build begins. I have a 26" full rigid frame ready to go. It's actually a Schwinn HighTimber 100 year anniversary frame from 1995. Since this frame has vert drops, I will will be building around the White Industries Eccentric ENO hub. I'm still in the dark on how to fine tune the chainline wit ... Read More »

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ENO Eccentric Set up Questions

Hey Guys, So tonight when I got home from coaching my Bantam B hockey team, I did some futzing around with my 44 Bikes SnakeDriver and installed a set of Velocity P35 650b hoops front and back. Now the rear hub is an ENO eccentric, I got the wheel on and installed the eccentric disc adapter an ... Read More »

ENO Eccentric pictures

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Removing a ACS Crosfire freewheel from a WI ENO Eccentric hub?

I just got a ACS Crossfire freewheel and put it on my White Industries Eccentric hub, and then realized that the spline interface is different than the old ACS Claws and ENO freewheels use. It looks like ACS sells a tool that will remove the freewheel... but will it work with my eccentric hub?Read More »

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