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    Hub specs for 36-hole Novatec SS/disc hub?

    Hi,

    I was wondering if anyone had the build specs (flange diameter, L/R spacing) for the Novatec/Planet X/Woodman singlespeed/disc rear hub, in 36-hole.

    Thanks,

    Colin
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    No one?
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    yeah. I have. Seeing as I designed it.

    But seeing as Novatec ripped it off and sold it, they can give you the support instead of me.

    Oh, OK then... In the spirit of singlespeeding... (which doesn't seem to count if you make hubs :-()

    Left locknut to flange = 30mm
    Right locknut to flange = 32mm
    ie: it's got a 73mm flange spacing, dished 2mm on the disc side because Hope C2's caught the spokes with smaller rotors.

    Flange diameter = 53mm

    All the best

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    Thanks for the specs Brant!

    I was unaware of the history. Does that apply to Woodman, too?
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    Yes. I designed the hub for on-one/planet x. About six months after we got our first batch, Novatech then sold it to several other people.

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