- 12mm x 135mm Single Speed Rear Hub
I tried to convert my Pro2 SS to 12mm, but on taking it apart realised the bearing spacing is different (SS is a wider hub body). So the axles don’t fit. So went for a 10mm bolt-in conversio instead as the SS axle is tapped for M10 bolts.Posted 6 years ago
Subsequntly, I’ve a spare 12mm conversion kit for sale…
I remain confused. Will ask Hope direct – didn’t know if anything else would come up.
Yes, thinking about what we’ll be fitting to Pinion equipped bikes. A few of customer orders in already and I’m pondering whether mine should be an AM or an AC. In theory we’ll be able to offer it with any of our frames though it may take a bit longer before that’s reality.
SimonPosted 6 years ago
Looks like the Hope hub would be perfect if it could be converted. Undished wheel, fast pick up, adjustable chainline.
Provisional price for the AM Pinion is £3150 including gearing, shifter, cranks and sprockets. Weight, roughly? That’s partly guesswork at the moment. My reckoning is maybe 500g over a Rohloff, maybe 1kg over conventional gearing. That’s a lot less than the weight penalty on the Nucleon bikes and the balance and handling should be superb. An undished rear wheel is a big plus hence looking for a more elegant solution than standard rear wheel.Posted 6 years ago
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