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    dh mike
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    need 150mm 12mm tru-axle hub

    I need a 150mm spaced 12mm axle rear hub

    thanks

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    so are you looking for suggestions on a hub?

    or are you posting a want ad?

    if you are posting a want ad there is a classifed/want section on this site and many others.

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    ... and if we just ... reply

    yes i am looking for a hub, any SUGGESTIONS, and if anyone would like to make a [I]transaction hit me up

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    Quote Originally Posted by DHmike661
    yes i am looking for a hub, any SUGGESTIONS, and if anyone would like to make a [I]transaction hit me up
    What sort of hub are you looking for....12x150 yes....but a very high quality hub? crap hub? go-ride has an assortment of hubs if your not just looking to cut a "deal"

    http://www.go-ride.com/prod_hubs.html
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    get a hadley, or chris king.
    just kidding about the rohloff
    if you are a cheapskate get a rohloff

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    anyone know about a 150x12 saint compatible hub on the market? i talked to a DT rep month or two ago and he said it was a possiblitly. anyone know anything else about one?

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    you gotta get a specific saint hub which is like 150x10mm or somethin like that i know it 10mm

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    Compatible how?

    Quote Originally Posted by zerossix
    anyone know about a 150x12 saint compatible hub on the market? i talked to a DT rep month or two ago and he said it was a possiblitly. anyone know anything else about one?
    For the brake rotors or the derailleur? DT lists one that is 150x10mm with the Saint splined rotor interface, not sure if it is shipping. If it's rotor compatibility you want it would be easier to use a standard 6-bolt rotor. For Saint derailleur use you could get a 12mm axle with a 10mm threaded end (Banshee makes one for the Scream). Also, you can get a custom B-axle for the Saint derailleur that lets you hang it from a standard dropout if your dropouts won't work with the axle mount. Lastly, you could wait for Shimano to come out with a 150x12 hub (they as supposedly working on one).
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    i know that you need the special saint hub with the brake things for the brakes and i believe i know someone with a scream, hes got a 10mm rear axle and regular hub with derailur but hayes brakes.

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    yeah the rotor isnt an issue waht so ever. i got no probelm buyin a new rotor. just the derailleur is what im concerned about. and since most new DH frames are 12x150 it makes frame shopping alittle tricky.

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    Strong and Smooth

    I recommend the DT Swiss Hugi FR hub. Its extremely strong, lightweight and smooth as silk.
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    Hadley....one word...INCREDIBLE

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    Hate to spam, but I have one for sale. Actually it is the whole wheel.

    Hadley 150X12mm rear hub
    MAG30 rim
    The only problem is that the shop ran out of black spokes when building it up so some of the spokes are silver.
    It was used for about 4-5 months and has been in my garage ever since.

    email me at [email protected] ifyou are interested

    Thanks
    Dennis

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    i've got an atomlab and it's been flawless.....


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