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Correct thread and nut size for 16" SMC rims

Old 01-14-22, 05:44 AM
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Correct thread and nut size for 16" SMC rims

I am writing to ask: what is the correct axle nut (diameter and thread pitch) for SMC 16" 305 36MM Deep 25mm Wide Carbon Fiber Rims; Model: 305-C36-25. I've written SMC but haven't heard back from them.
The hubs are Hubsmith HS1100204002. I see nothing on Hubsmith's website about axle nut size or anything else for this hub.
I am having extensions to the existing axles made and the machinist needs to know.
No hardware store in my small town sells any metric nuts other than those with coarse threads and I'd rather ask here first rather than drive out of town to find a Home Depot or Lowes.
I've looked at the list of Basic Industry Threads on parktool.com but there's nothing definitive about these rims and hubs there.
I would have posted a link to SMC's page for these rims but was not allowed to because I haven't yet made 10 posts on this forum.
Thanks in advance.

SD

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Old 01-14-22, 06:29 AM
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https://www.smcbike.com/products/car...arbon-rim.html
Unfortunately, there's no hint regarding hubs at their page.
As far as I can see, the number you supplied can't be found at the hubsmith pages, you're sure it is correct?
https://www.hubsmith.com/
HS1100204002
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Originally Posted by Blackstrida_A_ View Post
<<my edit:not allowed to post links>>
Unfortunately, there's no hint regarding hubs at their page.
As far as I can see, the number you supplied can't be found at the hubsmith pages, you're sure it is correct?
<<my edit: I had to delete the URL>>
HS1100204002
Yes, I'm sure.
I've searched hubsmith's web site using the old standby Google as follows: "HS1100204002" site:<<my edit:not allowed to post links>>
No joy. I double and triple checked the text silkscreened on the end of the hubs.
Thanks,

SD

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Old 01-14-22, 09:20 AM
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Well, with your next post you should be able to supply links...perhaps images, too...I believe?
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