Tech advice, how to tell pro11 and pro11 evo apart
^ isn’t just being sarcastic. The Evo logo is so big it’s unmissable.
The Front is basically no change, but rear has a completely different axle.
AFAIK the Evo will let you swap between 135QR and 142×12 simply by swapping end caps. The Pro2 will also let you run either, but you need to replace the entire axle so might as well change the bearings while in there. The axle and bearing kit is much more expensive than the end caps as you might expect. TBH, there’s probably enough difference there to be worth selling the old hub and putting the extra to a newer one and getting advantage of the newer 40T free hub tooPosted 1 year agodocrobsterMember
The difference is internal so it is possible to have a hub marked evo with non evo axle. This is what I have as the body has been replaced but the axle is original.
It is perfectly possible to swap a non evo to evo spec just costs more as you would need a new free hub as well as the axle.
Posted 1 year agoandylMember
Pro II can do 12mm axle but the aluminium one tends to snap as the walls are too thin. They did do a steel axle but not sure if they are still available.
the end caps are different so if trying to identify one then take a look at the pro 2 and pro 2 evo end caps and play spot the difference.
Only change with the front hub is the Evo graphics and the stainless bearings.
Rear hub got bigger bearings for the bigger axle and can be converted as the hub shell is the same, the bearings are just lower profile. There is also an Evo with a 40T ratchet ring and this says 40T just under the Evo marking.Posted 1 year ago
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