Free Jack QR Road Rear Wheel Hub

SKU
57156900
Abstract Product Id
2992
Concrete Product Id
8080
Free Jack QR Road Rear Wheel Hub
Free Jack QR Road Rear Wheel Hub
Free Jack QR Road Rear Wheel Hub
Free Jack QR Road Rear Wheel Hub

Xtreme Free Jack QR Road Rear Wheel Hub

79.00 €

Price incl. VAT plus €16.35 (for delivery to United States of America)

Product code: 57156900

Colour black

Size

Delivery time 7-14 business days

Store availability

Stock available in  Bocholt
Details

Hub set with cartidge bearings for constant use during training, tours or races. Its high-grade bearing requires very little servicing and runs very smoothly. The oversized hub body is very robust. The black painted surface protects effectively from damage and looks good too.
Housing material: forged aluminium
Axle material: steel (Ø 12 mm)
Rotor material: aluminium, 7-/8-/9-/10-/11-speed, HG compatible
Bearing: 4 sealed cartridge bearings
Hub width: 130 mm
Weight: approx. 364 g (without quick release)
· incl. quick release and 1,85 mm distance ring
· 36 hole version

Features
Manufacturer`s ref.:
XHUXTBEB3600S
GTIN:
2000571569003
Axle:
5 x 130 mm
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Free Jack QR Road Rear Wheel Hub

Colour: 
black
Size:
36 hole
Mit der Nabe bin ich sehr zufrieden. Schnellspanner ist jedoch minderer Qualität. Ging gleich bei der Erstmontage kaputt.

Free Jack QR Road Rear Wheel Hub

Colour: 
black
Size:
36 hole
Sehr stabile und durch die Industrielager sehr leicht laufende Nabe von Miche im Rose-Mantel. Nicht die leichteste, aber ich brauchte eine zuverlässige Nabe für mein altes Reiserad, welche auch nach vielen Kilometern Gepäckfahrt auf schlechten Wegen noch gut läuft. Und die Nabe scheint das zu können - erste Langstrecketests waren erfolgreich.