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Old 07-19-06, 07:36 PM   #1
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Poprad Disc Rear Spacing

Why I didn't just measure this today at the shop I don't know, but I could use the information now as I research hub options. Anyone know what the spacing is?
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I'm gonna guess 135.
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My Poprad 2007 rear has 130mm spacing.

I am also looking for a second wheelset but did not want to build it or have someone did it for me, but I might have to to change my idea ...

I have found 2 wheelsets (other than the stock Bontrager select disc): FSA RD-460 and easton Sagita.
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Well ****, 130mm disc rears ... that'll be interesting to track down. Thanks for the info, all. I'll take a look at those wheelsets. I'd like to build my own if possible, but the hub options may just be too limited.
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Can't you just take 5mm of spacers off a MTB hub?
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I don't know ... I guess it would depend on the hub.
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velocity makes a 130mm disc hub (probably a formula)
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