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  • Hope Pro 2 Evo Rear Hub - 10mm Bolt Up 2013

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The now proven range of Pro2 hubs have gone from strength to strength since they were launched. Countless tests, reviews and of course rider feedback have shown that the Pro2 is everything that we designed it to be.

This hub features a one piece 7075 aluminium rotor body and pawl carrier. Four pawls engage into a twenty-four tooth steel ratchet which is fixed into the hub shell and is sealed with a frictionless, non contact labyrinth seal. The axle runs on five cartridge bearings. All Pro2 hubs are standard 6 bolt disc compatible

Features:

  • The hub shell is machined from a solid billet of 2014 T6 aluminium.
  • CNC machined in Barnoldswick, England
  • Bearing type: Cartridge (61903, 61802, 61804, 61902)
  • Hub Body: 2014 T6 aluminium
  • Hole Drilling: 32 and 36
  • Ratchet type: 4 pawl (24t engagement)
  • Cassette body: Aluminium
  • Weight: Rear 310g
Rated 5 out of 5 by 4 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by great I haven't actually ridden the hub yet, but the feel and sound to it is amazing. I am super exited to ride the hub 04 November 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by hope hub is this hope hub loud 28 January 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by brilliant got the front hub, absoloutly amazing. but the rear hub, will it fit chain tensioners for horizontal drop-outs? (chain tugs) 10 July 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by 10/10 Note that this version in NOT compatible with 10mm QRs (DT Swiss, Superstar,..). You need Hope conversion kit for 10mm thru bolt along with apropriate tools (Seal tool, Bearing support bush tool,...) and rebuild it. Otherwise it is very durable, quality hub with distinctive sound. 03 April 2012
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replacement for Chris King MTB Hub?

Hi,

Recently had my wheels stolen and I am looking to build some replacements - I was wondering if you would recommend this hub as a candidate - I liked the King hubs but they were pricey, noisy, and somewhat high maintenance - would these also work for 135mm??

Any thoughts welcome,
John
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The Pro 2 Evo would certainly be a recommended replacement for a Chris King. The Pro 2 hub is very easy to service and relatively maintenance free. The bearings are simple to replace and there are a vast array of axle conversion kits available.
Be warned, the Pro 2 Evo hub would be as noisy as a King hub.

This version is a 135x10mm bolt up.
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I have a dead hub 135mm x 9.5mm QR, std 6 bolt disc, and want to rebuild using same rim with dh style hub and solid 10mm bolt on axle. 9speed. Will this suit my needs?
Does it come wit the axle and bolts?
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This hub is supplied with an axle and the bolts. The supplied bolts screw directly into the axle making the whole rear end of the bike stiffer.

The provided axle will fit a standard quick release frame drop out with no issues. The freehub can be used with 8, 9 and 10 speed systems.
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This hub is a 135x10mm so will not be suitable.

150x10mm are very difficult to source now. The 150mm rear end standard is now 150x12mm.
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