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    New question here. Anonymous abuse is for cowardly mugs..

    Anonymous abuse is for cowardly mugs..
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    You'll need a front 20mm hub to work with a 20mm fork. Most hubs are not convertible from QR to 20mm so you'd be looking at buying a new front wheel or lacing a new hub onto your existing rim.

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    Anonymous abuse is for cowardly mugs..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bike Whisperer View Post
    You'll need a front 20mm hub to work with a 20mm fork. Most hubs are not convertible from QR to 20mm so you'd be looking at buying a new front wheel or lacing a new hub onto your existing rim.
    I bought a set of Stan's rims last month... their HD front hub is convertible between 9/15 and 20mm which is great because I have 29er's of all three varieties up front.

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    Quote Originally Posted by edubfromktown View Post
    I bought a set of Stan's rims last month... their HD front hub is convertible between 9/15 and 20mm which is great because I have 29er's of all three varieties up front.
    Yep, more and more aftermarket hubs are convertible but generally OEM spec hubs on a bike that comes with a low to middle end front fork are not going to be.

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