Rear Hubs

 

Road, 130mm axle
Model Description Rear Spacing Spokes
Price
Shimano Dura Ace FH-7900 Ten Speed version. Accepts 10, 9 and 8 speed cassettes. 130mm 32,36
$ 365.00
Shimano Dura Ace FH-7700 New in 1997, uses a titanium cassette rotor. Eight, nine or ten speed compatible. Was included in 9 speed groups. Can use seven speed cassette with spacer. 130mm 32
$ 200.00
Shimano Ultegra FH-6600 Similar to Dura Ace but with less expensive (not quite so smooth and durable) bearings. A bit heavier but who cares. 130mm 32, 36
$ 124.99
Shimano Tiagra Takes any 8 or 9 speed Shimano cassette 130mm 32, 36
$ 35.00
Velocity Black with cartridge sealed bearings, Shimano 8, 9 or 10 speed compatible. 130mm 32, 36, 40
$ 157.99
Velocity Black with cartridge sealed bearings, Campagnolo 9 or 10 speed compatible. 130mm 32, 36, 40
$ 177.99
White Industries H3, in stock for both Shimano and Campagnolo cassettes. Ti rotor. Beautiful polished finish matches SON dynohub. 130mm 28, 32
$ 265.00

Campagnolo Record, Chorus and Daytona/Centuar all have virtually identical internal components. The bearings are the same; no difference, NADA! We go to great lengths to keep all Record, Chorus and Centaur/Daytona hubs in stock all the time. However, Record hubs are gone until the black 2007 version arrives. For Centaur, I have 32 hole only.

For 2007, Campagnolo has discontinued most of their hubs. They'll be selling a revised Record hubset, in ugly black only, and they'll be selling some low grade junk with familiar names. For example, there's a new Centaur labeled hub, but it's indescribably bad. You couldn't pay me enough to build a wheel on one. But the really nice Chorus and Centaur hubs are no longer made. I've been scouring the distributors and buying up all of the older hubs I can find, so I'll have them for a little while. Parts will be available for a long time, so don't worry about that. And they're so well made, it shouldn't ever be an issue anyway. Rest assured that I'll never sell you a junky low end Campy hub. If you see it listed here, it's top quality.

I think Campy just wants to sell their over-priced wheels and doesn't want competition from outside wheelbuilders. But when the day comes when the only wheels you can buy that work with Campy derailleurs are Campy's own boutique baubbles and bangles, even more people will switch to Shimano.

If you just want a well made hub to take Campy cassettes, I also have the Velocity hub below. It's only in black, and it's not as high quality, but it's an excellent hub for the money. If you want a truly top quality hub for Campy or Shimano cassettes, I also have the White Industries H1 hubs in stock.

Campagnolo Daytona or Centaur Also the same as Record but just a tad heavier still. Campagnolo's best hub for the money. Plastic QR nut. 130 32, 36
$ 165.00
Campagnolo Centaur Grey Same great quality in a beautiful Grey finish. 130mm 32 hole
$ 165.00
ATB and Touring
135mm axle
Phil Wood touring cassette Extremely heavy duty construction. Same internal construction as their tandem hub. Disassembles in seconds with two 5mm Allen wrenches. Uses off the shelf bearings. A multi-generational hub, (hand it down to your grandchildren). ;-) 135mm 36, 40
$ 456.00
Phil Wood Touring/MTB Disc Same as above but takes ISO disc

135mm

36, 40 $ 493.00
Phil Wood Touring/MTB Disc Same as above but takes ISO disc 135mm 48 $ 507.00
Chris King Very lightweight hub with almost instant drive engagement due to their ring drive. The best hub for difficult single track riding. 135mm 32
$ 330.00
Shimano XT M-770 Shimano's best value. Very smooth bearings, ferocious seals keep the grease clean. 135mm 32, 36
$ 74.99
Shimano LX M-580 Very durable bearings and the same great seals as XT 135mm 32, 36
$ 49.99
Velocity Black with cartridge sealed bearings, Shimano 8, 9 or 10 speed compatible. 135mm 32, 36, 40
$ 157.99
White Industries MI5 uses sealed bearings and your choice of steel or titanium cassette rotor, AKA freehub body. Ti version here. 135mm 32, 36, 40
$ 0.00
White Industries MI5 uses sealed bearings and your choice of steel or titanium cassette rotor, AKA freehub body. Steel version here. 135mm 32, 36, 40
$ 318.50
White Industries HMI6, same as Mi5 but also takes an ISO disc. Ti freehub body. Steel also available. 135mm 32, 36, 40
$ 327.50
Tandem
145mm axle, threaded for Arai drum brake
Phil Wood Tandem Cassette Extremely heavy duty construction. Disassembles in seconds with two 5mm Allen wrenches. Threaded on left side for use with Arai drum brake. Uses off the shelf bearings. 145mm 36, 40, 48
$ 487.00
Shimano Tandem Cassette HF07 Threaded for use with Arai drum brake. 145mm 40, 48
$ 125.00
White Industries Daisy Top quality lightweight hub accepts the Arai drum brake. Very reliable and easy to service. Steel freehub body. Ti body also available. 145mm 36, 40, 48
$ 294.60
Tandem
160mm axle, threaded for Arai drum brake
Phil Wood Tandem Cassette Extremely heavy duty construction. Disassembles in seconds with two 5mm Allen wrenches. Threaded on left side for use with Arai drum brake. Uses off the shelf bearings. Sized for Santana and Meridian. 160mm 40, 48
$ 545.00

 

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