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Old 12-21-2014, 09:35 AM
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135mm non-disc 11sp hub options?

So I'm building a new bike that's going to have a 135mm rear end & rim brakes. I want to run 11sp.

Looks like Hope makes such a beast. Can anyone confirm whether DT could work? (Either spacing their 11sp road hub to 135 or putting an 11sp cassette body on their 135 mtg hub, either 240 or 350)

Other options?

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Old 12-21-2014, 09:40 AM
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So I'm building a new bike that's going to have a 135mm rear end & rim brakes. I want to run 11sp.

Looks like Hope makes such a beast. Can anyone confirm whether DT could work? (Either spacing their 11sp road hub to 135 or putting an 11sp cassette body on their 135 mtg hub, either 240 or 350)

Other options?

Thanks,
JC
Either will work for DT..their 240 and 350 hubs can be 130 or 135 and8/9/10s shimano/8/9/10s/11s shimano/9/10/11s Campagnolo. What you start with determines what you need.

WI probably also does a 135, shimano or Campag 11s hub.
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Old 12-21-2014, 09:57 AM
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If you don't mind the centerlock rotor attachment, the CX75 hub fits the bill too.

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Old 12-21-2014, 10:00 AM
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WI probably also does a 135, shimano or Campag 11s hub.
Yes, White Industries MI5. I have a wheel with this hub in 135 for my touring bike and it has been great. Works with 11, 10, and 9.
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Old 12-21-2014, 10:03 AM
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DT Swiss 240s is available with an 11sp hub in a non-disc format.
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Old 12-21-2014, 10:27 AM
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M15 or I bet they have a 135mm t11 as well

White hubs are super reliable and reasonably light weight, ti free hub bodies are way better than the aluminum ones found on most other hubs.
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Thanks all. Good point about the CX75, although the superfluous splines might drive the OCD part of me crazier. ; )
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Chris King Classic still available in non-disc. Doh, no 11 sp.
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If you don't mind the centerlock rotor attachment, the CX75 hub fits the bill too.

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Nice option, with regular rim the option to run disc or rim brakes is there. Although end cap swaps probably aren't an option?
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They're native 135mm; don't know if you could take 5mm out for 130.

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Nice option, with regular rim the option to run disc or rim brakes is there. Although end cap swaps probably aren't an option?
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They're native 135mm; don't know if you could take 5mm out for 130.
Was thinking primarily about front hub 9QR to 15TA
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I have a T11 rear hub on my 'cross bike that's 135mm. I used the mtn endcap and the result was a rear hub that was closer to 137mm spacing, but that still fits in my bike no problem.

The reason I did radial on the left was the first T11 hubs had different spacing. On a current hub I would use cross on both sides.

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Either will work for DT..their 240 and 350 hubs can be 130 or 135 and8/9/10s shimano/8/9/10s/11s shimano/9/10/11s Campagnolo. What you start with determines what you need.

WI probably also does a 135, shimano or Campag 11s hub.
So if I start with a DT 240 campagnolo compatible hub at 130, what do I need to convert to 135? (I have come here to ask because the interwebs are so confusing.)
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So I'm building a new bike that's going to have a 135mm rear end & rim brakes. I want to run 11sp.

Looks like Hope makes such a beast. Can anyone confirm whether DT could work? (Either spacing their 11sp road hub to 135 or putting an 11sp cassette body on their 135 mtg hub, either 240 or 350)

Other options?

Thanks,
JC
Get a DT 130mm road hub then DT 135mm end cap(just need the LH one, pretty sure)..

https://www.coloradocyclist.com/dt-s...QaAnEXEALw_wcB
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If the hub is coming as 10-speed, you'd also need the 11spd RH end cap. For a time DT didn't ship 11-speed ready hubs. Hopefully that's changed, it's been long enough that supply should have moved through.
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