Halo Track Hub - Rear - 32 Hole

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Forged/CNC alloy
Sealed bearing
Halo announces perhaps the finest track hubs out there. custom machined with the distinctive Halo sweeping centre curved shape.

Top specification;
Japanese sealed bearings.
Hollow axle with Ti colour finish.
C clip on both side of each sealed bearing.
Hi-polish custom CNC machined hub shell,
Alloy flush fit bearing cover and end cap.
120mm spacing.
Laser logo. 32H
double fixed or fixed/free options.

Rear Dimensions;

C-L 31mm
C-R 31mm

Diameter 62mm
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Overall Product Rating 4 / 5
Halo Hubs
By Juan Trujillo Andrades
24 Jul 2011
4 / 5
Well strong hub and very smooth running.
Not the lightest but it does what is supposed to do. The finishing is very nice too, the cones that cover the bearings are a very nice feature.
The threads
Questions & Answers (2)
Hi. I need to buy new bearings for this hub. Could you please tell me wich one I should buy? Regards
28 Mar 2020
Bearings: 2 x 6000 Japanese sealed bearings

Thanks - 30/03/20
Chainline Freewheel Spacers
03 Mar 2019
Hi , I'm looking to purchase a Halo fix hg/ freewheel rear hub. It's for a Surly Cross-check, so I'll need the 130mm axle kit. The chainline on the fixed side is no problem because of the adjustability, but I'm not sure about the freewheel side. I was told the chainline is 41mm on that side, which will probably put me off a few mm as my current front chainline is 45 mm with a Sugino Rd2 Crank. Do you know if it's possible to put a few, maybe 3 mm of spacers behind the freewheel to improve the chainline? Otherwise I may have to change the crank and BB to get closer to what I need. Thanks very much for your time.
We could not recommend spacing out the freewheel. We would look to adjust the bb length if the chainring spacing allows. - running a slightly out chainline is not perfectly ideal, but would be functional.

Thanks - 04/03/19