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    135x12 options...

    any suggestions for this type of hub? the pickins seem fairly slim. looks like there's much more in a 135x10mm

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    Transition Bikes has their own in house hubs that are 135 x 12.

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    Hopes pro II's are a good option. Cheap, light(est DH hub possibly), multi color options if that's your thing, so far mine are running strong. Only down side is slightly less engagement than the industry standard, but it hasn't bothered me yet.

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    For the money hopes can't be beat

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    Hadley makes a 12mm x 135mm

    Hadley makes a 12mm x 135mm. I have been running my 12mm Hadley on my DH bike for over 4 years with no problems.

    Erik,

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    Hope

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    Hadley is my top pick but other options are
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    Full wheelset option. Deetracks at a good price.

    http://www.greenfishsports.com/index...OD&ProdID=1236

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    Azonic Outlaws also use a 12 x 135 rear hub option, which can also be switched to QR. Not a high "bling factor", but gets the job done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DHFreak
    Transition Bikes has their own in house hubs that are 135 x 12.
    Are yopu sure about this? Reason I ask, the site lists the 135 as having a 10mm solid axle QR.

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    Another vote for Hopes. I just had my hopes built up in a 12 x 135 this week. Cant wait to get home and finish the bike.

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    hope

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    Quote Originally Posted by M1_joel
    hope
    Did you buy your rig second hand by chance? That bike looks awful familiar.

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    nope, i bought it brand new a couple years ago.

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