Profile Racing MTB Cassette Rear Hub

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    “great hubs”

    The Good:

    fast engagement, looks good, sounds good. Made in USA.

    The Bad:

    axle stud system is prone to loosening (I've got the SS/6 speed, nutted version). The freehub snags sometimes, not in a big way, just barely noticeable. I've been running it SS and haven't noticed this since I took the derailleur off.

    Overall Review:

    These guys have been the benchmark for BMX hubs for a long time. They know what they're doing.

    Rate review: +2 Up Down
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    Specifications

    Riding Type Freeride, Downhill, Dirt Jump / Urban
    Hub Body Material 6061-T6 Shell
    Cassette Body Material Titanium
    Axle/Spacing 10x135mm or 12x150mm
    Bearing Type Five Sealed Cartridge Bearings
    Hole Count 32, 36
    Disc Mount Type
    Colors Variety of Anodized Colors
    Weight

    0 lb 14 oz (396 g)

    Miscellaneous
    Price $270.00
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