Did you hear it's 110mm spacing, or did you measure it yourself?
Originally Posted by slopvehicle
Not wearing a helmet makes me more aware of my surroundings. I find myself anticipating the hardness of concrete 50 or 100 feet in front of me, it's almost a zen-like connection between my face and the pavement.
I've been googling 26" BMX wheels without much luck. What are my 110mm wheel options?
Any shop can build you a 26" rim on a BMX hub. Heck, that's one of the first wheels I built, 27 years ago. However, I agree with Jive: measure the distance between the dropouts. Judging by this photo, it could be 135mm:
Redline started spacing the Monocog rear to 135mm in 2005. The 2004 and earlier Monocogs had 110 spacing. You could always reuse your stock hub if it's in good shape, other wise you have three options for a disc hub and umpteen options if you want to continue using v-brakes. SBS should be able to dig up an old stock hub, have your bike shop give them a call. Profile makes 110 spaced disc hubs and Kore also makes them. The Profile & Redline hubs are 32 hole & the Kore is 36 hole. If you plan on using BMX hubs, make sure that they're 3/8 axle.
I'm planning on rebuilding my Monocog too, so I've been doing research for a while. I hope this helps.