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Old 06-22-20, 07:03 AM
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Options for bolt-on disc front hub?

Not sure if this is the right sub-forum but it seemed the most appropriate.

Anyways I'm looking for a bolt-on (non quick release) disc brake front hub. Trying to Google such a thing is proving difficult as the search engine is picking up all results related to bolting on the rotor. What options do I have for hubs?
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Old 06-30-20, 10:06 AM
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I'm not sure of any actual bolt-on hubs but you can get skewers that bolt on instead of quick release. Would that be good enough?

This is not a thru-axle, correct? Just a regular 9mm QR axle?
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I think finding a NON QR disc wheel may be very difficult.
Simply buy a solid axle & nuts and swap out the QR one.
A spendy one here-
https://wheelsmfg.com/products/hub-p...s/axle-14.html
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Couple o questions. Why for one? Hub width, as said , not a through axle correct? You might be able to get a solid threaded axle to replace the existing qr. Need to be concerned with thread pitch, length and how those bolts would interface with the ends of the fork. Got pics?
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If you can find a disc brake, conventional 9mm threaded steel , cup & cone front hub.

You can as I have done fit a non QR bolt thru the hollow axle skewer both hex socket cap screw or a unique tool security product..
like Pitlock
Or replace the hollow axle with a solid one that uses Nuts on the ends ..
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