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Old 03-28-08, 07:27 AM   #1
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White Industries Rear hub spacer

Hi,
Does anyone know where I could find the axle spacer for a '90s rear Tracker hub to convert it from 135 to 130? I email the folks at WI and they were out or not producing them anymore.

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Old 03-28-08, 08:18 AM   #2
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Home Depot have something called washers
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Home Depot have something called washers
Where do you buy 10mm ID washers at HD?

Actually, the OP needs to remove 5 mm of spacers from the nd side of the hub and redish the wheel. I'm not sure about this particular hub but, if the axle is the standard 10 mm diameter, any LBS will have suitable spacers to juggle the hub OLD. Also, he will have to shorten the stock axle 5 mm so it doesn't stick out beyond the dropout faces.
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White makes a Shimano compatible cassette styled rear hub. It is capable through changes with included parts to make the hub work as a 7 or 8 speed Road cassette with a 130mm axle, or a 7 or 8 speed Mountain rear hub with a 135mm axle.

http://www.bikepro.com/products/hubs/white.html
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