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Old 04-29-15, 12:49 PM
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Searching for the right hub!

Hiya everyone,

I'm looking for a hub with peculiar specs, a 32hole, disk, bolt-on front hub with cartridge bearings.

So far this is all I've found. Surly Ultra New 6-Bolt Disc Front Hub - 111.41

Any ideas?
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It seems like the hope pro2 evo disk front hub has a "bolt on" conversion kit, but I have no clue how all those axel diameters fit with the kits and all that jazz.
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Here is a US source for the Surly hub: Surly Ultra NEW Disc Hub Front 36h Black I suspect 32H are available with a more
extensive search from a US source
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Here's one:Disk FHUB from Paul Component Engineering
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yowa, that Paul sure is pretty.

I contacted the folks at Hope and they tell me that the pro2 evo does indeed have a conversion kit. That's probably what I go for.
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scratch that.. the Pro2 evo does NOT have a conversion to bolt on kit.
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