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  • Hope Pro 2 Evo Rear Hub - Single Speed-Trials 2013
  • Hope Pro 2 Evo Rear Hub - Single Speed-Trials 2013
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Hope Pro 2 Evo Trials Disc Single Speed Rear MTB Hub

The Pro2 EVO Trials and Singlespeed hubs are a continuation of the standard Pro2 hubs. With the main technical specification of the standard hub, the Pro2 EVO Trials and Singlespeed (which are the same hub) have the same 24t 4 pawl configuration - but in an offset design, so that the engagement becomes 48t. This gives almost instantaneous drive - perfect for trials and decreasing wear and damage caused by the pawls engaging in the ratchet.

The hub also has a specific shortened steel cassette body, which will take up to 6 cogs. The hub comes as standard with a spacer kit and 2x M10 bolts and serrated caps.The internals have also had a rolling change on bearings, with the stainless steel cartridges now being used throughout, along with an improved needle roller bearing in the back of the barrel.

The Pro 2 trials hub has found its way onto many of the top trials riders bikes in the UK and around the world. Strength, reliability and low weight make it the number 1 choice for Ben Savage, Martyn Ashton, Joe Oakley, Danny McKaskill, Thomas Oehler, Danny Butler, Chris Akrigg and Kenny Belaey.Dirt jumpers, 4X and street riders have also embraced the quick pickup and dedicated short freehub body of the trials hub for their specific uses

  • The hub shell is machined from a solid billet of 2014 T6 aluminium.
  • CNC machined in Barnoldswick, England
  • Bearing type: Stainless. (61903, 61902, HUB301 (needle roller)
  • Hub Body: 2014 T6 aluminium
  • Hole Drilling: 32 and 36
  • Ratchet type: 4 pawl (48t engagement)
  • Cassette body: Aluminium
  • Weight: Rear 361g

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  • Colour: Red
  • Size: 36h
  • Option: 6-Bolt
 
Rated 5 out of 5 by 10 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Sounds like angels This hub sounds amazing, looks fantastic and rides so smooth 15 January 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by This product doesn't only look good, it performs well too! I have had one of these for a while now and i can find no faults! Seriously like they say, 'You get what you pay for.' Sure it is quite expensive and a little bit of it you are paying for the name but its very good! Best out there 23 October 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Excellent piece of kit This hub built up into a very nice rear wheel for my single speed. The quality of the hub is to the usual Hope high standard. Excellent finish. The sound is amazing (ie quite loud - some might hate it). 04 August 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by brilliant hub! I've owned two pro2s and couldn't fault either one. If your running single speed buy a sprocket with a wide base so it doesn't dig into the freehub and ruin it. and consider buying two sets of spacer kits so you can dial in your chain line and try and get a dual wheel chain tensioner instead of a single wheel, they give you more chain wrap so your hub won't skip if you run a tiny sprocket. 01 August 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Awesome hub. Never ever seen! 5***** Awesome hub. Never ever seen! 5***** 16 May 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Very good This hub is best hub I have ever seen. That sound is very good :D. I am riding Street/Trial and doing stuff like tailwhips and it's perfect ! Buy it worth :) 31 March 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Just wondering if the hub is 135 mm in width because it doesn't say a size 24 October 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Incredible This hub is incredible! First on my trials bike, Best engagement I have ever felt, worth the high price, good luck breaking this, Its now on my DH rig and still holding strong! Bikers give respect when you ride past them! 03 October 2012
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Does this Hub fit my Scott Voltage YZO.1

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This hub will suit any 135mm wide 10mm horizontal dropout design such as found on the Scott Voltage YZO.101.7.
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What lockring should I buy for this hub?

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Any standard 11t Shimano lockring should be fine. We have a Token ring (linked below) which will work.
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Will a 12T lockring also work?

Are there several options or must the lockring be one size?
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A 12tooth lockring would be too wide to fit the freehub body; for this reason an 11tooth is advised.
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