Aerospoke Hubs Hub

Hubs

  • Standard front 100mm dropout.
  • Tandem front with beefy axles and endcaps, 100mm droupout.
  • Disc compatible front 100mm droupout.
  • Standard road rear 130mm dropout
  • Standard MTB rear 135mm droupout
  • Disc compatible rear 135mm dropout.
  • Tandem rear with beefy axles and endcaps, Arai™ drum compatible, 140mm.
  • Tandem rear with beefy alxes and endcaps, Arai™ drum compatible 145mm.
  • Tandem rear with beefy axles and endcaps, Arai™ drum compatible 160mm.

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    Pascal Cormeau   [Dec 02, 2001]
    Strength:

    Comes in a very cool looking blue and has very smooth carterage bearings.

    Weakness:

    Has the weakest, crapyest freeweel ever. It is expensive too.

    I have killed two of these crappy hubs. I got my first hub in an Aerospoke weelset. It workted nicely untill the end of it's one year warranty when it stripped out.

    The bike store where I bought the fuqing thing offered me a new Aerospoke rear hub for half price. Like an idiot, I accepted. About two months later, it blew up in my face. Never again will I buy an Aerospoke product. For the same price, you can get a Hope Bulb which is far far stronger.

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