tune PRINCE MTB disc hub rear

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  • PRINCE - 185 gram
    Improved stiffness, responsiveness and durability

    The new straight hubs use only straight spokes. The advantages are a more truth material strain and a direct application the drive and brake forces over the spokes into the hub body. A even more direct torsional moment transmission is possible and the lag, which can arise due to minimal deformations, is eliminated. Thereby we he have both increased stiffness and the responding qualities as well as durability of our wheelsets.

    The Cannoncale F-SI standard bases on the classic hub spacing of 142 mm (X-12) and 135 mm (QR5). The F-SI technology uses an asymmetrical rear end, where the hub and cassette move 6 mm outwards.
    The hub itself is therefore a "normal" Prince. Please mention that the wheel is used in a F-SI frame when ordering. The wheel will be centered correctly to suit your frame.

    The Prince is 4-fold beared and 8-fold sealed.
    Simple rebuilding onto X-12 system and Maxle, with a TUNE rebuild kit!
    Each version is available at our shop!

    Tune uses special bearings which are like that not available on the market! The bearings identify themselves through a special grease and a higher filling degree. Besides o fit they are double abradant sealed and maintenancfree.

    Due to local production spare part service guaranteed upto the smallest distance.

    Available in all TUNE anodized colors!


    Specs Prince
    Material: Aluminum
    Number of spokes: 24, 28, 32
    Pitch circle diameter: left/right 47/57 mm
    Flange to center: left/right 32/19,4 mm (QR5/Maxle), 31,7/19,7 mm (X-12)
    Hub spacing: 135 mm (QR5), 135x12 mm (Maxle), 142x12 mm (X-12)
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