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3w premade dynamo wheels? thru axle/QR convertible dynamo?

Old 12-28-17, 07:17 PM
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3w premade dynamo wheels? thru axle/QR convertible dynamo?

A few minutes of googling isn't showing me any wheels, just hubs by themselves. Am I just blind? Any suggestions?

Also are there any hubs that have disc brakes and are convertible from QR to thru axle?

Thanks y'all.
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Old 12-28-17, 07:25 PM
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some SP 15mm TA disc hubs come with a QR adapter. I'm using one on my gravel bike. Not sure about other standards. I'm pretty sure they are supposed to be making a 12mm TA, but don't know about the adapter on that. I imagine they will eventually stop providing the QR adapter.

Not sure about pre made wheels like that. Lots of people will build you one. Longleaf is back in business I think, they carry SP.
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Old 12-28-17, 10:07 PM
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The vast majority of dynohubs are bought by the wheel builder to build up their own wheel or to build up a wheel for a client, I would have been surprised if you said you saw lots of wheel choices available with dynohubs that were already built.
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Old 12-29-17, 11:04 AM
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Check out the European bike stores -- SJS Cycles, starbike, rosebike, xxcycle, etc. At least one of those had a selection of prebuilt dyno wheels, at surprisingly (to me) low prices. Unfortunately, the rims on the wheels are going to cost more to ship than just the hub.
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Intelligent Design Cycles of Taiwan sells their wheels on ebay and I think a few other places. I bought one of their front wheels, and it is flawless. It has a Sanyo QR hub and Sun rim, and it was only $95.
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If nothing else, you could try your hand at building one. Front wheels are among the easiest to build.
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Schmidt dynohubs are offered in a 12-mm through-axle version. Peter White Cycles stocks them, and Mr Peter White will build you up a wheel with one.
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Any good shop should be able to build you up something. As adamrice said SON hubs are available in thru-axles and Peter White can build you a wheel. Also Shutter Precision and possibly Kasei has thru-axle dynamos. I believe Rolf Prima is also making prebuilt Dynamo wheels now (or will be soon) for adventure biking.
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Do a search on Ebay, lots of choices.
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