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    Shimano Microspline Ready Hubs?

    Anyone know a good resource for getting hubs that already have microspline drivers on them? I tried the usual big players and the microspline ready options seem to be either Shimano or $400+ hubs. I cant find the usual value players (Hope Pro 4, DT350) anywhere that already have microspline hubs on them, just the the usual shimano/XD and having to buy the microspline driver separate.

    For background i am trying to replace an Ibis Logo hub with a 36point driver.

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    https://industrynine.com/hubs/mounta...boost-6b-rear/

    I9 1/1 hubs are made in USA, come in HG, MS, and XD, several axle widths, Centerlock or 6-bolt, and the rear is $300. that's much cheaper than most other domestic made options.

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    Certain Bike Hub Store hubs are available with the Microspline driver. The Boost hub for example I think is 139 and the Microspline driver is a 20 dollar upcharge.
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    i was able to find a DT350 part number but no one seems to have it.

    H350TDD2R32SA1067S

    and wouldve been around $275

    Looks like the I9 101 is around $315

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    Quote Originally Posted by snowrydr01 View Post
    i was able to find a DT350 part number but no one seems to have it.

    H350TDD2R32SA1067S

    and wouldve been around $275

    Looks like the I9 101 is around $315
    I just bought a rear I9 Enduro S wheel with a 1/1 hub. it costs a little more, but it's worth it. I am a huge "engagement" snob and this thing delivers. the hub with a MS driver is $289. not sure where you got $315. shipping?

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    There is an online eBay store selling microspline freehub bodies for reasonable prices for some popular hubs..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dagonger View Post
    There is an online eBay store selling microspline freehub bodies for reasonable prices for some popular hubs.
    Red flag, but do tell!

    Bitex hubs from BikeHubStore are a decent compromise for the price based on the reviews.

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    DT 350 do not come microspline-ready, the microspline freehub/driver is available only as aftermarket part for it. A DT 240 on the other hand, does come with microspline ready option.
    As for Hope, they have microspline ready options, I checked their website and Chain Reaction Cycles:
    https://www.hopetech.com/products/hu...48mm-rear-hub/

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    $340 for white industries in black (silver is $10 less, other colors are $10 more). It's a beautiful piece of craftsmanship
    https://avt.bike/products/white-indu...RoC1f0QAvD_BwE
    $306 if you sign up for their newsletter and get the 10% off code. Anything other than black is probably going to ship direct from W.I. and take a few extra days.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mack_turtle View Post
    Red flag, but do tell!

    Bitex hubs from BikeHubStore are a decent compromise for the price based on the reviews.
    I know of others who have used them without issue...

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    I have DT 350's in stock with MS freehubs.

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    Just to throw another out there, I really like my Vault hubs and they are reasonably priced.

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