tune Kong


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    Also available in white
    "Born in the black forest.built to enjoy nature" - thats the slogan of the german bicycle components manufacturer Tune.
    Tune literally stands for lightweight constructions without compromises.
    Tune has set new standards, especially with the Kong rear hub: It has been proven for years and stands for strength, lightness and durability.
    The innovative design of the Tune Kong can be explained by their extraordinary stability.
    And it is this stability, which was increased in the current, brand new version.
    Through the new 17 mm axles (oversized), the Kong hub is more stiffer than ever before!

    On the driving side, there is a bearing oversized too: Usually, the 61903 bearing would be mounted within the bottom bracket.
    The flange distance on racing wheel hubs has been reduced (reason: Campagnolo-wheels, which offer a glaring low spoke tension).
    The webs of the freehub are now so hard (with the new version), that a titanium freehub would be completely waste.

    Of course, the Tune Kong rear hub still has all the advantages inherited by the older versions!
    For example, there would be the adjustable game, which avoids a deadlock of the bearings even with the hardest fixing.
    Through the simple assembly using a quick-release, the Tune Kong rear hub is quite easy to handle.
    The hub is compatible with IS 2000 6-hole rotors, though it can be equipped with disc brakes.
    The Tune Kong rear hub is compatible with the following shifting systems: 8-/ 9-/ 10-speed Shimano, 9-/ 10-speed SRAM.

    Quality made in Germany. The Tune Kong rear hub made by tune.
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