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Jitsie Race Hs116 Rear Hub

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110,00€

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Description and materials
- New Jitsie Race 2014 ultralight rear hub for rim brakes, designed in Belgium and manufactured in Europe, as part of the Jitsie Race range.
- Developed and tested for several months by Multi-World Champion Dani Comas.
- Currently, the world’s lightest rear hub for trials!
- Exclusive, minimalist Jitsie design, after months of tests and research.
- Hub shell is made from high quality 7075 T6 aluminium.
- Tapered hub shell towards the non-drive side, to help save unnecessary weight while keeping it strong enough.
- 116mm axle is suitable for most 20" bikes, as well as some new 24" and 26" bikes which use this spacing (in example, the Koxx Sky 2 26" bike).
- Sealed bearings keep out all the mud and water, and offer a smooth running.
- 10mm 7075 aluminium axle with M6 internal thread.
- Standard 1,37 "x 24 tpi thread allows the use of screw-on freewheels and sprockets.
- Bolts and serrated washers included.
- Only available for rims with 32 holes, for rim brakes.
- Anodized red or black finish, with a silver laser etched JITSIE 116HS logo.

Dimensions
- 116mm long
- Axle diameter: 10mm
- 32 holes

Finishes
- Anodized gloss black finish
- Silver laser etched JITSIE 116HS logo

Weight
- Only 100.7g!! (+16g of bolts and washers)

Additional information
This hub is only suitable for 32H rims. If you have any doubts, please contact to info@trial-bikes.com

WEIGHT0.100
COLORRed
COLORBlack
SPOKE HOLES32 spokes
BRAKE MOUNTSNon disc

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