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Hope Pro 3 Rear 135mm

The new Pro3 hub replaces the Mono hubs. With the proven range of Pro2s having gone from strength to strength since they were launched, the Pro3 is the development of that hub, and is specifically aimed at road and non disc users. This hub features a one piece 7075 aluminium rotor body and pawl carrier. Four pawls engage into a twenty-four steel ratchet which is fixed onto the hub shell and is sealed with a frictionless, non contact labyrinth seal. The hub uses custom stainless cartridge bearings. these have been designed and produced by INA and are super smooth running – ideal for fast road wheels. The hub shell is machined from a solid billet of 2014 T6 aluminium. The Pro3 utilises all the features and benefits of the Pro2, but offers a light weight, well sealed extremely smooth and free running system – that suits road applications in the UK perfectly.

Hope Pro 3 Rear 135mm Features:

  • Alloy top cap and star fangled nut
  • Available in 1 1/8" and 1.5" sizes

Buy Hope Pro 3 Rear 135mmfrom Chain Reaction Cycles, the world's largest online bicycle store.

  • Colour: Gold, Red
  • Size: 36h
 
Rated 3.6 out of 5 by 5 reviewers.
Rated 2 out of 5 by 10,000 km review: Hope Pro3 rear After 10,000 km of year round commuting in Manchester (UK) here are the facts: 1. Freehub damaged by cassette after only 2,000 km 2. I am now on my 3rd set of pawl springs 3. Drive side bearings shafted at 10,000 km I am not impressed. My cheap OEM wheel set that came on the bike were more durable w.r.t. every point above. The only downside being that they were twice as heavy and you had to tighten the bearings occasionally, which is why I upgraded for something I hoped(!) would be better. So, in reverse order, I have just spend the afternoon stripping the bearings and look forward to giving Hope some more of my hard earned cash for something which should have been better sealed in the first place. TIP: the freehub bearing disassembly is different to the Pro II, only one bearing comes out the ratchet end, the other 2 come out the screw-thread end (I destroyed the central bearing discovering this). The pawl springs. Pathetic. Nuff said. Freehub damage. I contacted Hope about this early on. They told me it was just cosmetic and to ride-on, which I did. However, it is now impossible to remove the cassette (first DuraAce, then Ultegra) without significant aggravation as it gets stuck on the freehub; so that’s more than a cosmetic issue really. So, that’s it at 10,000 km. Not pretty IMHO. I am now looking forward to the fun challenge of getting the new bearings in. 20 April 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Very good performance and flawless quality I have had a pair of these hubs on my touring bike for a couple of years. The bearings are still slick and the ratchet freewheel never misses a beat. I even use Hope hubs on my ride to work mountain bike due to their dependability and serviceability and I have to say I have been very happy with all of the Hope hubs. 06 April 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by product discription WRONG!!! Alloy top cap and star fangled nut Available in 1 1/8" and 1.5" sizes ~~~~~~~~~~~why is this here this is a description for a headset i would assume doesent someone look at this 16 August 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by A quality match to the front hub Excellent rear hub (to match the front) for road and CX use. Strong, colourful, rebuildable....Hope quality. 04 August 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by Rubbish bearings Well dear readers I've just had to change the bearings to the rear hub to the juicy tune of £100. £50 for the bearings, £30 for the hope made drifts that didn't fit, cheers to Hope's uninformative website, and then a further £20 for the LBS to try to rectify things. What really annoys me is that Hope always pretend that they have the customer in mind - they don't. At the end of the day they're just your typical 'buy-the-tricky-stuff-in-because-we're amateurs- garden shed set-up. Stick to Shimano. Their hubs last for years and are repairable. 27 June 2012
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Is this hub for MTB or road bike?

Is this hub for MTB or road bike?

May i also know the spoke's length for 26"

Is the sound as loud as Hope pro 2 Evo (MTB) or softer?
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This is a 135mm hub, suitable for an MTB application. The 24 tooth ratchet produces a slightly louder engagement sound than the new Pro 2 EVO hubs.

For spoke sizing, you can contact our Tech team using the Contact page (http://www.chainreactioncycles.com/...) or simply add your rim and hub to your basket along with the workshop spokes, and our wheelroom will size the spokes for you when building the wheel together.
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I have destroyed this hub commuting, so I'm going to say no.
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Are these hubs campag or shimano fitting?

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These hubs are Shimano compatible with the Campagnolo freehub body being an aftermarket component.
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