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  • Bontrager Duster wheels/hubs?
  • Premier Icon soulrider
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    I am still riding a Trek Stache 8 with the original wheels but the rims are now trashed.
    I am looking to rebuild the wheel around the original hubs, but I have no clue what the hub actually is so that I can calculate the spoke length for with the new Rim.
    Does anyone have a clue about this hub??
    (The bike is a 2014 – the wheels were Bontrager Duster, the hubs have centrelock disk mount.)

    Premier Icon Poopscoop
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    I can’t help I’m afraid but might be worth posting some pics of the hubs mate?

    Premier Icon simondbarnes
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    but I have no clue what the hub actually is so that I can calculate the spoke length for with the new Rim.

    Just measure it

    Premier Icon soulrider
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    Measure what?

    Premier Icon simondbarnes
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    Measure what?

    The hub, to give you the dimensions you need to calculate the required spoke lengths.

    Premier Icon andyg1966
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    Its probably easier and not too expensive (given cost of rims and spokes and cost of your time) to buy some ProBuild wheels from Merlin

    Merlin

    Premier Icon simply_oli_y
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    As said BJ you need to measure hubs, mainly spoke hole placement (bcd). Offset to each flange.

    See:
    http://www.wheelpro.co.uk/spokecalc/help-normal-hub.html

    Are they boost or normal fit? I’ve some duster elites if you want. Unless you’re aiming for a wider/lighter than standard build!

    Premier Icon chrisrobs
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    Duster elites? If so then they weigh a ton. Be maybe better investing in a new wheel set

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