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Shimano Disc Hub Rear M475

The Alivio group feature a full complement of advanced Shimano functions. The Alivio is the trend-setting group for quality recreational mountain bikes.

Shimano Disc Hub Rear M475 Features:

  • Disc Rotor Mount - 6-Bolt
  • Axle Type - Quick Release
  • Complete Hub Axle - 146mm (5¾”)
  • Axle Material - steel
  • Contact Sealing
  • Freehub design
  • Steel bearings (¼”) 18 pieces
  • Hole Count - 32H or 36H

Buy Shimano Disc Hub Rear M475 from Chain Reaction Cycles, the World’s Largest Online Bike Store.

  • Colour: Silver, Black
  • Size: 32h, 36h
 
Rated 3.8 out of 5 by 12 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Amazing, especially for the low price This hub is absolutely great, is goes for a long time and is very strong. its also really low maintenance :) the only issue i had was after the first month with it i noticed the cones were a bit loose i tightened them and now its perfect :) 04 July 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by Без обслуживания эта втулка - расходник Крайне посредственные сальники и ужасная родная смазка втулки. В остальном сборка качественная и надежная. Если за втулкой будет уход, то продюжит долго. Вес не профи но сойдет. 28 May 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by Cheep and cheerful Pros- cheap, good functionality, easy to service. Cons- very poorly sealed, not the lightest. Summary- Ok, so long as you're prepared to strip and regrease them often. 01 December 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Excellent cheap option I got one of these hubs on my AM Felt Redemption 3 2009. In 3 years it's taken a hell of a beating; I probably sit more on the DH side of AM riding. The freehub finally gave out last month so I bought an entire new hub and switched out the bearings, through bar, QR and the freehub. Meaning an essentially new hub for 22 quid. Don't get me wrong, if I were ready to spend the money on new wheels, I'd go Hope for the hubs, but if you're wanting something really cheap or just need a new shimano freehub (they're fairly standard across shimano models) this is a decent spend. 02 February 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by Hubs are okay Hubs are low end series hubs from Shimano. I have a set that came with Rodi M460 Rims. Bought it because I needed a new set of wheels for a bike I was building up. The hubs look ok. The cup and cone design is easy to maintain. My set of hubs is not running very smooth (front and rear are both a bit rough). I can compare that to RM60 (which should be lower rated Shimanos) and Joytech cup and cone hubs. Sealed Baring hubs usually run much better (Rotaz, Fastace, DT Swiss, Formula) but do not provide the same adjustment options. 19 June 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by Good Value I have Two Rear Wheels running these Budget Hubs from Shimano , Both have done very High Mileage and both are still smooth 1 of then came with my 2004 Hardrock and the 2nd came with my 2005 FSR , I really cant fault them as said before very serviceable and very easy to service , both are in use one on my Daughters bike and the other on my everyday bike which has easily done 7000+ miles , only problem I have had is that my Free hub has become noisy and is catching it still works but im replacing it before it goes completely ... These run so slick and smooth my free rolling is awesome so they may be a bit heavy but well worth it 20 May 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Superb stock hubs 5 Star rating taking the price into consideration. These came stock on my 2004 Saracen Zen1, laced to Mavic XM117 rims and 36 stainless spokes. The wheels have now done a lot of mileage, taken some abuse and had NO servicing (until now)! They are dead easy to service and ALL parts are replaceable (yes the bearing cups to - simply knock out & press fit in). I have just bought a brand new pair of these hubs. I completely stripped and binned the guts out of the old hubs and replaced with the guts from the new hubs. Wheels good as new again! If you are buying these to build your own wheels, I would recommend at least the M525's as they have rubber seals to help keep dirt and water out. If these came stock on your bike, keep them serviced and they should see you right, and be cheap and easy to fix when they do wear out. 25 March 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by QUITE STUNNING This hub came as standard on my Commencal Combi Disc and I toyed with changing it, but thought I would try it first. 3 years later it is still going strong with no noise, no rubbing, no play and no problems at all. The free wheel is as smooth as I have ever known and I can honestly say I have never seen such a fantastic bit of kit for the price. I have put it through absolute hell up on Dartmoor and in deepest Wales where it has been exposed to every condition from freezing temperatures to Wales's hottest day of the year, and it has come through with flying colours. I really, really cannot fault this hub at all. 23 February 2012
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The Shimano M475 rear hub is supplied with a pre-installed freehub. The freehub will be compatible with 8, 9 and 10 speed cassettes.
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It'll take 9 gears if that helps...
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Yes, this hub runs an O.L.D of 135mm. As a general rule, all QR or 10mm rear MTB hubs will be running a 135mm width. (12mm axles are available in 135, 142 and 150mm lengths, but should always state if they are larger than the standard 135mm)
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Would this replace a FH-RM35?

I need to replace my freehub which is starting to play up.
I can't find the FH-RM35 anywhere online - and I am wondering if this might be a compatible replacement on a 9 speed MTB?
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This hub will run fine within your bikes drivetrain although the P.C.D. (flange size) may differ meaning that different spokes will be required.

However new spokes are recommended regardless when changing a rim or hub to guarantee a true laced wheel.

If you can supply the rim information to our technical department; we can advise further.

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Freehub??

Do you stock a new freehub body for these hubs. Thanks
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The Shimano technical documents state the Deore 525 freehub is a direct replacement for the M475 freehub. This can be found below.

Change of freehub will certainly freshen up the drive train pick up and make the bike feel a lot better.
 
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