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    I bumped into this at the Tuesday Night Mammoth Mountain mountain bike races, held every Tuesday Night at Shady Rest park. The owner raced it tonight in Expert class on a 10 mile course with a 2000 vertical foot climb. Estimated weight, with a 2003 Dorado, in an XL, with MikeC built Hope Pro II's in 150mm, Sun MTX33's, and some gnar thick spokes, with some 2.5 chunky Dissent(oops!my bad... Kodiak) tires, weight by owner was estimated at 37-38 pounds.

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    Can't say the way Hope offsets the disc brake on a 150mm hub, that the wheelbuild would be any wider or stronger with more triangulation than a 135mm.



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    There are some WFO's out there, and yeah, there are Big Mountain Bike Park builds out there, even west of Colorado.
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    Those Hope hubs look goofy. I agree, no real advantage to that 150mm through axle in terms of wheel strength.

    By the way, those tires are Kodiaks, not Dissents. He'd be much faster with Dissents.
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    i never understood how a 150 rear would be stronger, woundnt everything being tighter closer, more compact make thing stronger verses that long, wide hub? cool build though...

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    Quote Originally Posted by david8613
    i never understood how a 150 rear would be stronger, woundnt everything being tighter closer, more compact make thing stronger verses that long, wide hub? cool build though...
    Changing the width changes the angle of the spoke and therefore both the stiffness and strength. Wider is better for both stiffness and strength because more of the spokes tensile force and axial stiffness is oriented in the horizontal direction. Collapsing to zero width would make is extremely flexible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by david8613
    i never understood how a 150 rear would be stronger, woundnt everything being tighter closer, more compact make thing stronger verses that long, wide hub? cool build though...
    Less dish.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RandyBoy
    Can't say the way Hope offsets the disc brake on a 150mm hub, that the wheelbuild would be any wider or stronger with more triangulation than a 135mm.
    The caliper mount moves out ~7.5mm with the seat stay (a little less due to the increased stay angle), so the rotor mount has to move out that much too. If you keep the cassette as close to the dropout as possible, it also moves out ~7.5mm (same angle qualification applies). Most rear wheels have a difference between flange offsets of greater than 7.5mm, meaning that you can either use that extra 7.5mm per side to a) lower the dish of the wheel, which lowers the tension differential right-to-left, or b) keep the same tension differential and move both flanges out.
    What Hope did was use the extra width to allow a dishless 9-speed hub. In fact, the non-drive-side flange offset is lower in the 150mm version. The drive-side offset is greater in the 150mm version and the non-drive-side matches. However goofy you think it looks, arguing against the dishless geometry with 6.5mm greater drive-side offset is gonna be tough.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Guitar Ted
    Those Hope hubs look goofy. I agree, no real advantage to that 150mm through axle in terms of wheel strength.
    Gotta say I disagree.
    Dishless + 6.5mm more drive-side offset.
    I don't see how that's debatable, but I'd love to hear your thoughts.
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    Yes, a wide based triangle is stronger, but only if the sides are similarly strong. If the wheel is dished, drive-side spokes are under much higher tension than non-drive spokes, which makes the triangle unstable. Increase the dish and increase the difference in tension, thereby decreasing wheel strength. I bet Hope takes a lot of flack for making their hubs correctly, since a casual glance would lead you to think it wouldn't work.

    My "goofy" looking Hope/150mm setup has no dish, equal spoke tension on both sides. I hit an awkward drop into a rock garden at whistler earlier this year, put a flat spot in my rim that affected 5 spokes and cracked the rim. It's a wonder I didn't flat, but a bigger wonder I didn't even notice until the end of the day that I had five spokes flopping around on my perfectly true rear wheel. Try that with dissimilar tensions on your drive/non-drive spokes.

    But hey, that's just my experience, I am sure others will have contradicting opinions.

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    All the 7.5mm stuff aside is there a reason that Hope desided to design it this way VS using the additional 15mm (or some part of it before it required dishing) for an all together wider flange to flange distance - Like JHM said at first glance it looks like it offers no benefit more an afterthough (think chris King 6 bolt add on adapters)- But Hope has to have a reason- (hopefully not some sort of keeping a consistant platform or something on that line...)
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    Quote Originally Posted by knottshore
    All the 7.5mm stuff aside is there a reason that Hope desided to design it this way VS using the additional 15mm (or some part of it before it required dishing) for an all together wider flange to flange distance - Like JHM said at first glance it looks like it offers no benefit more an afterthough (think chris King 6 bolt add on adapters)- But Hope has to have a reason- (hopefully not some sort of keeping a consistant platform or something on that line...)
    uh... I said it in two posts already:
    dishless + 6.5mm more drive-side offset
    more offset = wider bracing angle. that's as much as they could move the drive-side flange out and dishless, if possible, is a no brainer.
    the numbers are what shows the intent, you can't ignore them in favor of a first glance assessment and figure out what the design actually is.
    maybe you like stealth's design better?

    profile's is similar to hope's:

    DMR's maybe looks better to you, but it's dished:
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    For the non experienced... how do I make the pics show up with the url's here in the first post? I normally host them on Photobucket, but I'm away from my password.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RandyBoy
    For the non experienced... how do I make the pics show up with the url's here in the first post? I normally host them on Photobucket, but I'm away from my password.
    Go to the image, right click, hit properties, and copy the URL.
    Edit your post and either just type url goes here" width="549"> where you want the picture to show up or use the yellow mountains+sun icon to inset the image. When you click it, a scripted window will pop up asking for the url and it wil insert URL+image tags for you.

    I never said that that's a pretty sweet ride. We got nothing around here that warrants such a beast, so I mostly just admire the builds and live vicariously through Mikesee's vids.
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    Quote Originally Posted by meltingfeather
    Gotta say I disagree.
    Dishless + 6.5mm more drive-side offset.
    I don't see how that's debatable, but I'd love to hear your thoughts.
    Still think it looks goofy, but I didn't know it was dishless. You are right, that does lend more strenght. (By the way, most 150mm thru axles I have checked into just now are dishless, but most don't look as strange to me as the Hope does. looks are not everything, mind you, just saying.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Guitar Ted
    Still think it looks goofy, but I didn't know it was dishless. You are right, that does lend more strenght. (By the way, most 150mm thru axles I have checked into just now are dishless, but most don't look as strange to me as the Hope does. looks are not everything, mind you, just saying.)
    I actually shouldn't have quoted the "looks goofy" part, because I agree 100% on that.
    I can see why they went the dishless route, though. Not everyone does (see DMR pic below).
    I just got a Big Dummy and I'm going with a 135mm Pro II trials hub w/3X6 set-up for rear wheel strength (also dishless). It's got a GVWR of 400lbs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by meltingfeather
    Go to the image, right click, hit properties, and copy the URL.
    Edit your post and either just type url goes here" width="549"> where you want the picture to show up or use the yellow mountains+sun icon to inset the image. When you click it, a scripted window will pop up asking for the url and it wil insert URL+image tags for you.

    I never said that that's a pretty sweet ride. We got nothing around here that warrants such a beast, so I mostly just admire the builds and live vicariously through Mikesee's vids.
    Got it, thanks. Now to get this thread back on track, about the Niner WFO, since we've discussed the merits of the Hope dishless hub thoroughly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by meltingfeather
    I actually shouldn't have quoted the "looks goofy" part, because I agree 100% on that.
    I can see why they went the dishless route, though. Not everyone does (see DMR pic below).
    I just got a Big Dummy and I'm going with a 135mm Pro II trials hub w/3X6 set-up for rear wheel strength (also dishless). It's got a GVWR of 400lbs.
    Got to agree with you on that, if you could run the 135mm trials or single speed rear with 6 or 7 gears on the rear, on a bike like this, the chain line would it be better too?

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    About the Niner WFO in question, it's mine. And yes, the Kodiaks are only temporary until i get around to ordering some Dissents. The WFO was a fun change of pace from the 29ss. Good running into you last night RandyBoy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by meltingfeather
    uh... I said it in two posts already:
    dishless + 6.5mm more drive-side offset
    that's as much as they could move the drive-side flange out and dishless, if possible, is a no brainer.
    what's the point of the question if you're going to judge it on first glance without considering the numbers?
    maybe you like stealth's design better?
    The point of the post is that the picture is visually deciving... it appears that there is quite a bit of space between the non-drive side spokes and the caliper etc. Your explaination addresses the drive side, which makes sense and I appriciate it, thank you.

    It seems not all of the 150 spaced rear hubs are of the same design and seem to have a wider space between the Flanges, thus why the hope is interesting (are none of them designed to be built dishless?). Like you do not have a need for such a beefy frame/hub combo at this point so can only compare pictures not hands on -
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    These Pics are Useless without a Thread

    Not quite nice enough pics to qualify as "bike porn" but hey, they're on topic.

    The first pic shows my ONE 9 with a standard American Classic 9s 135mm hub, which is also dishless.

    The second two show the white whale and the 150mm hub in question, simply because too much WFO is not enough!

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    Quote Originally Posted by knottshore
    It seems not all of the 150 spaced rear hubs are of the same design and seem to have a wider space between the Flanges, thus why the hope is interesting (are none of them designed to be built dishless?).
    true - some are designed with dish... like the DMR pictured. flange-to-flange spacing is just one factor. dish is another.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JMH
    Not quite nice enough pics to qualify as "bike porn" but hey, they're on topic.

    The first pic shows my ONE 9 with a standard American Classic 9s 135mm hub, which is also dishless.

    The second two show the white whale and the 150mm hub in question, simply because too much WFO is not enough!

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    Quote Originally Posted by meltingfeather
    true - some are designed with dish... like the DMR pictured. flange-to-flange spacing is just one factor. dish is another.

    superhero - rice nide!
    So your saying that dish is one factor and flange to flange is another... well I'll be...

    Your edit response is actually a much more constructive version...
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    Quote Originally Posted by JMH
    Not quite nice enough pics to qualify as "bike porn" but hey, they're on topic.
    That bike is killer!
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    The first pic shows my ONE 9 with a standard American Classic 9s 135mm hub, which is also dishless.
    Sure about that? I never knew their 9-speed hubs to be dishless. What year is it? Their SS hubs aren't even dishless.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SocalSuperhero
    About the Niner WFO in question, it's mine. And yes, the Kodiaks are only temporary until i get around to ordering some Dissents. The WFO was a fun change of pace from the 29ss. Good running into you last night RandyBoy.
    That is a serious Change from a ss for sure! Nice bike and burly build at ~37 odd lbs! More bike than I could imagine but it has got to be a beast pointed down hill!
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    Quote Originally Posted by meltingfeather
    That bike is killer!

    Sure about that? I never knew their 9-speed hubs to be dishless. What year is it? Their SS hubs aren't even dishless.
    I suppose i shouldn't throw "dishless" around casually... I didn't measure. They are so close to dishless that I can't distinguish it visually, it's clear they were aiming for dishless rather than wide flange spacing. I suppose a caliper would reveal the truth.

    EDIT: Plus when i measured them for the build, I got exactly the same length spoke recommendations for both sides and that's without a differing spoke hole diameter, which points toward dishless enough for me.

    BTW: This post isn't snarky. I agree with all of your points and I too appreciate precision.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SocalSuperhero
    About the Niner WFO in question, it's mine. And yes, the Kodiaks are only temporary until i get around to ordering some Dissents. The WFO was a fun change of pace from the 29ss. Good running into you last night RandyBoy.
    Hey there, did I send you my pathetic one sticker? Glad to hear the bike is built.

    BTW: My thoughts on the Kodiak are that it's not half as bad as some have made out. It absolutely kills hardpack and rock for me and isn't too bad in gravel either. It starts to give up on me in deep, dusty conditions though. Summer alpine trails have me reaching for the Dissent, which I think might be a more versatile tire overall. I have been experimenting with cutting or siping both tread patterns to see what happens.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JMH
    I suppose i shouldn't throw "dishless" around casually... I didn't measure. They are so close to dishless that I can't distinguish it visually, it's clear they were aiming for dishless rather than wide flange spacing. I suppose a caliper would reveal the truth.
    Yes, how dare you, it is an internet forum afterall. It is a good thing this reckless behavior has been nipped in the bud by the proper authorities.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SocalSuperhero
    Love that bike. Your's and good4nothing's were the inspiration for this build. Now I just need to get the stanchion guards from my buddy so I'm not so paranoid.
    If you followed STR, you'd know that BigWheels rarely crash.... which is why you don't see their riders wearing Darth Vader like armor!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JMH
    Hey there, did I send you my pathetic one sticker? Glad to hear the bike is built.

    BTW: My thoughts on the Kodiak are that it's not half as bad as some have made out. It absolutely kills hardpack and rock for me and isn't too bad in gravel either. It starts to give up on me in deep, dusty conditions though. Summer alpine trails have me reaching for the Dissent, which I think might be a more versatile tire overall. I have been experimenting with cutting or siping both tread patterns to see what happens.
    Yeah, the kodiak has been a pretty terrifying experience up here in Mammoth, but as long as i don't rally it too hard through the pumice and sand it's fairly predictable down around 22psi or so. I did order a pair of dissents today since speedgoat has them on sale, so I've got that going for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SocalSuperhero
    Yeah, the kodiak has been a pretty terrifying experience up here in Mammoth, but as long as i don't rally it too hard through the pumice and sand it's fairly predictable down around 22psi or so. I did order a pair of dissents today since speedgoat has them on sale, so I've got that going for me.
    I meant to tell you about that in my PM to you. Check you messages.

    A better question for Clayton would be... how does the WFO drift in the kitty litter at Mammoth Mountain Bike Park with the tires you are running? Does a 29'er drift differently than your old 26?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RandyBoy
    I meant to tell you about that in my PM to you. Check you messages.

    A better question for Clayton would be... how does the WFO drift in the kitty litter at Mammoth Mountain Bike Park with the tires you are running? Does a 29'er drift differently than your old 26?
    I've been running WTB 2.55 LT's on front and rear on my ss for the last four years and the bike was always very predicable in the pumice. I wouldn't even say there was much drifting going on, the tires always seem to hang on tight and track straight. This season I swapped an xcr dry on the rear and it became a drifting machine, which was fun for a while. Traction up loose climbs was way down and I ended up putting an LT back on as I was also able to carry a great deal more speed through the corners.

    My short term review of the Kodiaks is that traction up here is mediocre esp given the rolling resistance. I'm not a fan of the large side knobs either when leaning the bike over. While the rest of the tire is drifting through the sand, suddenly the side knobs will grab and yank the tire around. My $0.02. I try and take everything I read on the tubes with a grain of salt, which is why I didn't immediately dump them in favor of the dissents.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SocalSuperhero
    I've been running WTB 2.55 LT's on front and rear on my ss for the last four years and the bike was always very predicable in the pumice. I wouldn't even say there was much drifting going on, the tires always seem to hang on tight and track straight. This season I swapped an xcr dry on the rear and it became a drifting machine, which was fun for a while. Traction up loose climbs was way down and I ended up putting an LT back on as I was also able to carry a great deal more speed through the corners.

    My short term review of the Kodiaks is that traction up here is mediocre esp given the rolling resistance. I'm not a fan of the large side knobs either when leaning the bike over. While the rest of the tire is drifting through the sand, suddenly the side knobs will grab and yank the tire around. My $0.02. I try and take everything I read on the tubes with a grain of salt, which is why I didn't immediately dump them in favor of the dissents.
    Good riding with you again Clayton, tonight. Juniper was prime, didn't look like the tires slipped too much. Good Boones IPA tonight too at The ClockTower.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RandyBoy
    Good riding with you again Clayton, tonight. Juniper was prime, didn't look like the tires slipped too much. Good Boones IPA tonight too at The ClockTower.
    It's hard to complain anytime you get to ride and then grab beers with buddies.

    I dropped another pound of air out of each tire. They aren't bad as long as you know their limits. I am looking forward to the dissents though

    Also, for anyone on the fence about the WFO... DO IT. Fifth ride and this thing still blows my mind the way it motors uphill and flys down.

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    You're gonna get your butt handed to you at the VC races by Luke, if he drinks the 29'er kool aid and gets an AIR 9. I have a buddy coming up this weekend with a Large AIR 9 for Luke to take a sip with, maybe around race day next Tuesday.... Next time I'm up, I'll bring my AIR9 in XL for you to try.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SocalSuperhero
    It's hard to complain anytime you get to ride and then grab beers with buddies.

    I dropped another pound of air out of each tire. They aren't bad as long as you know their limits. I am looking forward to the dissents though

    Also, for anyone on the fence about the WFO... DO IT. Fifth ride and this thing still blows my mind the way it motors uphill and flys down.
    The Dissents will be better, but they still leave me scratching my head once in a while. I spent a while talking with C. Canfield, he cut the inside trailing corner off of each outer lug all the way to the casing to get them to hold better and felt that the result was worth the effort. I have only removed that same corner to the depth of the sipe (see photo above), to see if that gives the knob a few more edges to hold on. It rained hard last night so the dirt was perfect, so I can't really tell if anything happened.

    I wish another company would would bring some 2.5 WFO tires to the table. I have really never met a WTB I liked.

    Glad to hear you are stoked on your Wiffo, I really like mine too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JMH
    I wish another company would would bring some 2.5 WFO tires to the table. I have really never met a WTB I liked.
    Interbike and Outerbike are coming up, maybe we'll see some cool new stuff. ;^)

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