White Industries ENO Standard Hub

5/5 (1 Reviews)
MSRP : $160.00


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Product Description

White Industries ENO Standard Rear Hub: Single speed standard ENO hubs are designed for bikes with horizontal dropouts or with eccentric bottom brackets. The standard ENO hub is freewheel compatible and comes stock as a bolt...


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Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by Jason a Racer

Date Reviewed: February 20, 2013

Strengths:    Strong Wheel Build, Smooth Bearings, Amazing looks, Light Weight.

Weaknesses:    None that I can see

Bottom Line:   
I used this hub to build a rear single speed wheel for Cyclo-Cross and paired it with a Hed Belgium C2 Clincher Rim and a White Industries 18 tooth Freewheel. the wheel built up nice and easy with no major hiccups and was strong for my entire CX season the wheel built up nice and light and they roll super smooth, with the added benefit of having amazing looks, additionally they are super easy to maintain so what more could you ask for in a hub. I will always use White Industries for my future wheel builds, they are well worth it

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Duration Product Used:   1 Year

Similar Products Used:   All-City Standard Rear Hub

Bike Setup:   Surly Cross-Check Singlespeed.

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Trade: Eno Eccentric Disc for Eno Eccentric standard

I don't know if I'm allowed to post this here, or if even this needs to go in the classifieds; my apologies if it does. I'm running a black Eno Eccentric disc hub currently, and would like to trade it for a black Eno Eccentric standard hub. I'm never going to run discs on my cross country bike, s ... Read More »

ENO convert to Standard Hub?

Anyone know if a eno hub can be converted to a standard rear hub? I am having lots of slipping issues. Have set the hub with a open ended wrench and really tighted the bolds (enough that I've had White send me two new sets) and it's still slipping. Not enough to loose the chain, but enough that ... Read More »

Which fixed cog for ENO? Non-standard?

Hi all I just tried fitting a newly-bought fixed cog (a Miche) to my trusty ENO hub on my mtb ss, and the problem is it didn't fit. The two lockrings that come with the sprocket (one for the large diameter area and one of smaller diameter to lock it in place) seemed to be of slightly too wide a d ... Read More »

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