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Hi I am new here and I need help about hubs, I dont know which hubs I have :D, here is no logo, no number or something like that
Hubs are standard QR f100/r135mm, and 6 bolt, with industrial bearings, and steel freehub body, here is some pics:

front hub:
Rim Bicycle part Carmine Bicycle drivetrain part Hub gear


rear hub, and rear bearing (6901) with endcaps removed:



as you see it is semi carbon hub (carbon sleeve)
approximate weight of hubs are 170g front, and 350g rear

Does anyone know which hubs I have ?

Tnx
 

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Looks like some Joytech hubs made OEM for the bike manufacturer. Just like the OEM Joytech hubs with carbon sleeve body that Rocky Mountain had on their higher end Slayer bikes in 2012-2013.

Good hubs, plenty of parts available, take a look at the Novatec hub catalog and you might find a match to your current hubs. Novatec is like the higher end division of Joytech.
 

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Look like some old Nuke Proof Atom Bomb hubs but in a disc version, probably not but that's what it reminds me of.

Any info on the bike they might have come off of?
 
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