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Halo Spin Doctor Disc 8/9/10 Speed Rear Cassette Hub - Solid Axle - Black - 48 Hole

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All purpose MTB sealed bearing rear cassette Disc hub. Light enough for Cross Country, rigid enough for Freeride, buff enough for DH.

The Spin Doctor rear disc hub uses a bolt-on ball bearing cassette body with an integrated 3 pawl engagement drive. This places the 2 main hub sealed bearings on the outside of the hub (beyond the cassette body), providing superior axle support. The "outboard bearing" construction reduces axle flex and thus reduces bearing wear. When bolted together, the cassette and hub body becomes a strong, integrated unit, with 2 sealed cartridge main hub bearings and integrated Freehub looseball bearings.

Sweeping shell styling and minimalist type International Disc mounts provide a beautiful looking, strong, light, rear MTB hub.

- 6061 Alloy CNC machined shell
- International 6 bolt Disc Mounts
- Lightweight knurled alloy non-slip drop-out faces
- Bolt-on ball bearing integrated cassette body system
- Durable "outboard" sealed cartridge bearings
- M10 x 185 mm nutted solid axle (to suit 135mm O.L.N.)

- 473g

Flange Tech:
- C-L 34 mm F58 mm
- C-R 19 mm F58 mm
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Questions & Answers (3)
Can The Freehub Be Swapped Out Or Upgraded To A 10 Spd Freehub
26 Jul 2016
Looking to purchase for a custom bike
SJS Customer Service:

8, 9 and 10spd cassettes all actually fit to the same size of freehub body so you do not need to change or upgrade anything to be able to use a 10spd cassette with this hub.

Front Hub Too
19 Jun 2015
I am very happy with my rear wheel using this hub. Is it possible to get hold of a front hub (48H) for a wheel build. Thanks
SJS Customer Service:

It is not an item we currently stock but are able to order them in for you. Please email for full availability, cost and lead times.

24 Mar 2014
i am confused! the length of the solid axle is 135 mm, what dropout space does this hub fit? can a 7 speed shimano cassette fit this hub? can the freehub be overhauled or must it be replaced?
SJS Customer Service:

The overall length of the axle is actually 185mm, the dropout spacing it is designed for is 135mm. A 7spd cassette can be used but it will require a spacer to sit onto the freehub first, these are SJSC part number: 3888. There is a grease port to allow greasing of the internals of the freehub but it is a pretty solid unit so it won't be easy to dismantle and re-assemble for servicing.