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    Default 130mm disc road hubs

    I checked out QBP's site and some other hub manufacturers and come up empty. Does anyone know of a rear hub that is spaced for road and has a disc mount. Any help on this would be very helpful. Shimano freewheel.

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    Velocity (yep, the rim guys) brings in a 130 disc hub in both Shimano and Campy splines. Inexpensive and have been pretty durable for me so far.
    Give Velocity USA a call.

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    Talk to Steve Garro. He built something around this recently. IIRC the Phil Wood is the way that he went. I think that there is a made in taiwan soultion as well.
     

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    FSA has a 130mm disc wheelset, maybe you can get just the hub?
    white industries doesnt officially offer one, but you could probably get their mi6 spaced at 130.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by maunahaole View Post
    Talk to Steve Garro. He built something around this recently. IIRC the Phil Wood is the way that he went. I think that there is a made in taiwan soultion as well.
    yep. Phil Wood, baby. you'll be able to get replacement parts forever {if you need them!} also avalible in an "slr" option with lightening holes ala campy 6-hole hubs. gorgeous! Steve.
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    Thanks for help. The velocity hubs/wheel may be just what this projects need. Phil would be great but a little spendy for this low budget project.

    Thanks again.
    Nick
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    pdxmech - what bike are you building up? bontrager and traitor also offer 130mm disc hubs. i just stretched my stays to take 135mm on a steel bike.

    http://www.traitorcycles.com/Components_Wheels.cfm
     

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