SUNringlé | SRC Rear Hub - 28H / 135/142
SUNringlé | SRC Rear Hub - 28H / 148X12
SUNringlé | SRC Rear Hub - 32H / 135QR/142X12
SUNringlé | SRC Rear Hub - 32H / 190QR/197x12

SRC Rear Hub


Precio habitual $164.99 Precio de oferta$131.99 Guardar $33.00
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The SRC hub is a high-quality hub available in a variety of widths. From XC to Fat Bikes, there's a hub width available. The hub features cartridge bearings, flange diameters for optimized for balanced spoke tension, and an oversized rear axle for increased durability.

    •4 sealed cartridge bearings
    •Axle Spacing: 135xQR, 142x12, 148x12, 150x12, 157x12, 170xQR, 177x12, 190xQR, 197x12
    •28h and 32h models available
    •Shimano HG and SRAM XD freehub bodies
    •7075 Aluminum used throughout hub construction for stiff, responsive performance.

    •Hub body material: 7075 Aluminum
    •Axle Material: 7075 Aluminum
    •Weight: 300g-380g (Aluminum XD freehub)
    •Weight: 370g-450g (Cromoly Shimano freehub)
    •Disc Mount: 6 Bolt

    Customer Reviews

    Based on 2 reviews
    Gusztáv Oláh
    Money sucker

    I just can't get it, how this can cost the same money like DT Swiss 350 hubs. Poor machining, poor and undersized bearings. The ones inside the freehub body fail regularly, however replacements from higher tier manufacturers hold up much better, than Ringlé factory ones, but due to design flaws the load still kills them. Microspline body made of soft alloy, and can not whitstand the load from the cogs, leaving deep indentations on it. Gap to axle is also on the high side, causing creaking (movement of hub relative to axle) under heavy load (pedalling). Shouldn't that be enough, pawls and ratchet ring failed too. Pawls and ring replaced, with specific tool. All expenses so far, well overexceeded the MSRP of this "beauty". Should I have known that earlier, would have sold it immediately after delivery of my brand new bike. (Maybe to some mazochist..) Came with the bike (Cube Reaction Race C:62) unfortunately, but will fly into the trash can, once my new DT Swiss wheels arrive. I started MTB in the early 90-s, when Ringlé was a new and upcoming star of boutiqe brands. Now it is just yet another industry waste...

    Ernesto Herrera

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