Sun-Ringle Demon Rear Hub Hub

Sun-Ringle Demon Rear Hub Hub 

DESCRIPTION

  • 32, 36 Hole
  • 6061 T6 Alloy Hub Body
  • Laser Engraved Graphics
  • 4 Sealed Cartridge Bearings

USER REVIEWS

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[Feb 18, 2018]
Mole8


Strength:

No positives, but this product no longer available

Weakness:

Fitted on Cube Sterio E-bike. 1000 miles riden in 10 months. Hub axle broke in half. Bearings in free body need replacing plus one wheel bearing is shot, probably as a result of axle colapsing. Replacement axle R 0.2 120mm no longer available to buy, although odd spares may be kicking around in EU. Beware Sun Ringle brand!

Purchased:
New  
OVERALL
RATING
1
[Dec 18, 2013]
sam

Strength:

Its clicky and holds your wheel on. Bearings last forever, quite a nice feature is the slotted spindle, you can put a screwdriver in there and tighten the nut at the drive side. circlips hold the bearings in so they wont be wondering loose. Bearings are easy to source from any industrial supplier, no silly specialised ones that cost a bomb. Easy to pull apart and clean.

Weakness:

People say you cant remove the 6002RS bearing from the drive side hub shell because of the ratchet... I have an old bottom bracket with a 6002 bearing on it, so i punched it off the spindle and dropped it onto the ratchet, it clears it so its probably a bad design with older versions..

Its expensive, but it works very well. Couldn't complain at all.

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
4
[Feb 12, 2010]
Boardlife
Downhiller

Strength:

Great sound (loud)

Weakness:

None so far

It does what its supposed to do and the clicking is loud enough that other riders can hear you coming so they get out of your way. So far it has held up to the abuse I have put it through.

Similar Products Used:

DT Swiss, Shimano various models

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
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