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Rohloff Disc Speedhub bolt-on 32h black

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  • This hub requires a unique four bolt rotor; use BR4650 for Hayes, Avid and Shimano
  • Packaging is slightly damaged but product is fine
  • 14 speeds for 526% gear range
  • Even 13.6% gear increments
  • Includes shifter and hardware
$1,328.96 + $7.38 shipping In stock. Usually ships within 2 to 3 days. Ships from and sold by Niagara Cycle Works.


Product Description

Rohloff Disc Speedhub
  • This hub requires a unique four bolt rotor; use BR4650 for Hayes, Avid and Shimano
  • Packaging is slightly damaged but product is fine
  • Please note that radial lacing voids the manufacturer's warranty
  • 16t cog
  • 14 speeds for 526% gear range
  • Even 13.6% gear increments
  • Includes shifter and hardware
  • Gear range equivalent to standard mountain bike drivetrain
Item Specifications
ColorBlack
Intended UseMountain
Hub Drilling32spokes
Rear Axle Type10x1
Cassette Body TypeSingle Cog Driver
Hub/Brake Compatibility4-Bolt Disc
Rear Hub Spacing135mm
Skewer IncludedNA, Bolt-On
Chainline54

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 12.2 x 9.2 x 5.2 inches ; 6.8 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 6.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B001F6H218
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,683,947 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here

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By Nathaniel Allen TOP 500 REVIEWER on May 6, 2011
I don't want to rehash the review I wrote for the more common quick release version of the Speedhub, because the function and features are more or less identical. However, I own both versions, and there are some differences.

- A common question asked is, "can I convert my bolt-on hub to a QR?" or vice versa. The answer there is No, the hub is built up around the QR or threaded axle variant at its core, so it would really take a complete strip down of the dozens if not hundreds of components that constitute a Speedhub to make that change.
- However, just about every other change can be made for the right dollar amount: internal cable routing (shifting cables enter the hub directly) can be switched to the external gearbox (which is quite a pricey component; it is also required for disc brake use); the non-disc hub cap can be switched out for the disc version; the torque arm pictured with this hub can be swapped for one of the OEM torque arm options (these brackets can interface with your disc brake tabs or adapter, or can fit into special, extra long Speedhub-specific dropouts).

- The bolt-on hub -- by my own measurements -- is 20g lighter than the Quick Release version. Not much, given the total weight north of 1800g, but it's something.
- The threaded version is less prone to slipping, particularly in horizontal dropout applications where the chain force attempts to pull the hub forward.
- Like with any other threaded axle, changing a flat requires a 15mm wrench, so is a bit inconvenient, but at the same time adds a small anti-theft measure (though, sensibly, you'd probably not lock up a bike with a $1300 hub and leave it unattended).
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