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    Squalor
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    ENO Spacing

    Is it possible to change the rear spacing of an ENO hub by simply switching out the rotating eccentric portions on the ends of the hub body?

    I have a 135mm hub that I would like to use on my roadie and I was hoping that I would not have to buy a new hub. I have heard that you can make the ENO hub a regular non-eccentric hub by switching out these things, so I hope this will work the same way.

    Fingers crossed!

    LP

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    Yes it's possible. Contact White Ind through their websight and tell them what you want to do. Give them your phone number so they can confirm what you need.
    My tapeworm tells me what to do.

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    Witty McWitterson
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    Yep, its doable for sure. I've got a set of 135 and 130, and if I'm not mistaken, you can get standard endcaps as well if you get a horizontal drop frame. The swap is pretty easy as well. My suggestion, get a soft blow mallet.
    Just a regular guy.

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