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    Hub for XX1 + centerlock + thru axle?

    Looking for a quality hub. Any suggestions? DT240?
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    Yea, off the top of my head without doing the research for you I would think that would be the hub that you are looking for. I am a big fan of my roval hub with DT240 internals.

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    Hub for XX1 + centerlock + thru axle?

    I've always gone with AmClassic, but they don't do centerlock - which I'd like to try with the new finned rotors.
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    You can't go wrong with the DT240 or Shimano XTR.

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    Quote Originally Posted by changingleaf View Post
    You can't go wrong with the DT240 or Shimano XTR.
    is there really an XTR with a XX1 freehub?
    I think DT is your only choice for both.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joules View Post
    is there really an XTR with a XX1 freehub?
    I think DT is your only choice for both.
    My mistake! XX1 XTR does not exist.

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