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40 Hole Rear Hubs

Old 07-29-21, 11:32 PM
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40 Hole Rear Hubs

I have a 26" NOS rim here which is drilled for 40h @ 135mm OLD. I have found that Origin8 and Velocity make a 40h hub which would be suitable for a 26" rear wheel. I ask other riders for input on any others they have come across. Modern stuff only SVP. Your experiences invited.
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Old 07-30-21, 12:35 AM
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I have Phil Wood 40h hubs for my tandem.
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Tandems East has a selection of 40-hole hubs:

https://tandemseast.com/hubs-cassettes/
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White Industries offers the MI5 in a 40 hole drilling. $336 in silver, 343 in black. Excellent hubs.
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Ok, thank you for your input on these types of hubs. Some are way out of my price range for sure. I think Formula made some too. Will keep looking around and if I source any more I'll add to the body of knowledge here.
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An affordable option would be Wheel Master. I've had their hubs in the past and don't really have much bad to say about them. Except to make sure they have enough grease on bearings when you buy them.

Click here for 40 hole Wheel Master Rear Hub
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