Pair of Hope Pro 4 Disc Hubs,
Got these a year back from @Dick. New hobbies mean that these have just been sitting around. They have had the bearings swapped, and they roll so smoothly, and they look and feel great. Thes
Included: The hubs (and all their bits to change axles), packaging, and the equipment needed to change bearings. Trying the recoup what I spent, selling for £190. Online, the rear hub is £165 (here), £75 for the front (here), £23 for the tools (here), and £20 for the qr conversion kit, and not to mention the bearings put in are brand new, and never used.
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Shame to let these go....
How many holes?
28 according to the original post.
Might be interested if 28h
edit - I see they are 28h but I'd thought they were boost spacing. I know I can get adapters tho
It is indeed 28h
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again - I wish I’d never sold these
@gorix I'm keen on these but really should wait until I've sold a few more bike bits instead of spending more money.
Unless you're interested in a swap? I've got quite a bit for sale in a couple threads.
Would you consider selling the tools only?
Presumably if you use these in a boost frame you'd need to space the rotor out 3mm?
Yeah thats right. There are various folk selling adaptors these days. I used these https://www.velosolo.co.uk/velosolo-boost-kit.html on one of my bikes without issue.
Works well and saves you spending money on new wheels. Its just a bit of a faff tho. If you have to take a wheel off at the trailside it would be easy to lose the spacers...
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