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Hope Pro 2 Freehub Body

Hope Freehub body available in Steel or Alloy.

Hope Pro 2 Freehub Body Features:

  • 3 bearing
  • Spacers
  • Labrynth seal
  • Pawls/springs
  • Weight - 80g (Alloy) or 148g (Steel)

Buy Hope Pro 2 Freehub Bodys from Chain Reaction Cycles, the world's largest online bicycle store.

  • Option: Alloy, Steel
 
Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 7 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by good but MEH! Needed to replace original Does the job but it doesn't sound like the old one's loud click definitely missing that 11 May 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Prodotto perfetto Prodotto ottimo consiglio a tutti coloro che sono indecisi, ottima qualità e perfetta compatibilità.. 06 September 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Most bang for your buck Hope gives you the best quality for the amount of money it costs compared to other products. The issue with the alu freehub body being eaten up is because you have to use a alu cassete aswell. Steel on steel and alu on alu. Thats just how it is. 09 September 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by Reason being. The reason that Hope provide an Alloy freehub body is to keep the weight down so they seem competitive on the weight front. Yes we all know steel is better, but we're the people that don't care about a gram and would rather use the toilet than spend £5k on some plastic race thing. I've got and used both alloy and steel, honnestly stop whining! You've got a crackin' hub with a lightweight freehub body, if you don't like it, get the steel and it'll last forever. (as long as you keep ontop of the servicing.) 14 May 2010
Rated 1 out of 5 by why i run a single-speed kit with my pro ll and its not even scratched on the factormy alu freem hub this is just a waste of cash 03 June 2009
Rated 5 out of 5 by dont get a ally one it will just be slised thow like swiss cheese but the steel one solves all the problems and makes one hell of a nice nose 30 November 2008
Rated 4 out of 5 by You NEED Steel Even with aluminium carrier cassettes the splines will wear down. This represents a failing in the ProII hub design (hense only a rating of 4), but you can get the steel replacement freehub body which solves the problem entirely. 20 May 2008
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shimano or campagnolo

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le corps de roue libre est il compatible shimano ou campagnolo?
10v ou 11v?

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Cet article sera compatible ni avec shimano ou campagnolo.
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Shimano 11 vitesses à zéro roue de pivot rancig?
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This freehub body is designed to use an 8 or 9-speed cassette as standard; but with the use of a simple cassette spacer a 10-speed cassette is compatible.
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This free hub is compatible with sram and shimano 10 speed cassette
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Is this steel freehub body available in the 142x12mm thru axle option. the 12mm axle will not fit the std steel freehub body and needs the one with wider diameter bearings.
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This freehub is specific for the Pro 2 rear hub, not the Pro 2 Evo. The steel freehub is compatible with all axles.

I own a standard Pro 2 rear hub with a steel freehub and just changed to 142x12mm from 135x10mm.

The wider bearings are specific to the Pro 2 Evo rear hub.
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Freehub compatibility

I have a rear MTB hub marked ‘Pro 2’ and have ordered a replacement (steel) free-hub body as above. The problem is the bearings in the replacement unit are a larger diameter than the axle. The only other option is the ‘Pro 2 Evo’ which I am presuming is not my hub since it’s not marked evo.
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The Pro 2 Evo freehub is not compatible with the older generation Pro 2 hub.

For a standard Pro 2 hub you will require the item below.
 
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