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    2006 DHR Question

    So I know the rear spacing is 135mm, but the axel is 12mm is that correct?

    What does one need for a rear hub? Will a Ryno Lyte work?

    Thank you,

    M.

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    Rhino Lite are rims not hubs, right?
    You want 12mm by 135mm hub. DT 440 would work, as would Hadley, Hope, Sun Abbah DH and Jumping Flea, and a bunch more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MBN
    So I know the rear spacing is 135mm, but the axel is 12mm is that correct?

    What does one need for a rear hub? Will a Ryno Lyte work?

    Thank you,

    M.
    Do you have a 06' DHR with the axle?The dropouts actually are 20mm.I have had two different axle configurations.One was a 12mm with two spacers to make up the difference and the other was a 15mm with one spacer and the non drive side had it built into the axle.But yes the standard is 12mm X 135mm.The frame was designed to handle up to a 20mm.I no longer have the frame so I can't post any pics.The best source for axle info will be Hadley 909-946-6780 they were the Manufacturer.You will need hub info not rim info.

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