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Shimano Deore FH-M525-A 6 Bolt Disc Rear Hub 135mm - Black

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- A good value disc-compatible rear hub
- Standard six-bolt disc rotor fitting - ideal for Deore hydraulic and mechnical disc brake systems
- Low maintenance design include single contact seals to keep out mud and water
- Low-friction Borozon treatment bearing surfaces for smooth action and long bearing life
- Light alloy quick release included
- 8, 9 & 10-speed compatible
- Anodised aluminium hub shell
- Available in 32 and 36 hole drillings
- Average weight 449 grams (without Q/R)
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Overall Product Rating 5 / 5
Get them while you still can
16 May 2019
5 / 5
I recommend this product
ConsFew new frames use this standard
ProsLast nearly forever
I have several bikes that still use the 135 qr 100 qr hubs. The frames are good quality and are likely to comfortably outlast me so I've decided to store a few of these. I have Deore hubs still running well after many thousands of miles but they do eventually go. I'm not convinced that the new hub and BB standards will stand the test of time so we'll. Thank you SJSC for stocking older more obscure items.
Questions & Answers (4)
Would this be compatible with a 11 speed Shimano 46 tooth MTB cassette?
12 Oct 2020
XT M8000
Yes, Shimano MTB 11 is the same width as 10, the last sprocket just leans over toward the spokes!

Thanks - 13/10/20
do you have a compatible spare freehub body for this please?
14 Jan 2020
These are no longer available, sorry!

Thanks - 14/01/20
03 Apr 2017
I need to replace M525 hubs both front and rear. Are the dimensions the same on the M525A`s or will I require a different spoke length.

The shell dimensions are the same so if you want to re-use your spokes you will be able to.

Hi, Is This Item Actually A Fh-M525 Or Is It A Fh-M525A (Same Number With An 'A' At The End)
01 Nov 2016

These hubs are the FH-M525A, these are the updated versions that replaced the FH-M525 that was discontinued a number of years ago.