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Griffin Track Hub Hubs

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Product Description

Fixed gear simplicity and function for the track or the street at only 180 grams. Full diameter clamp bolts combined with a large 21mm drive side contact point insures this hub will not pull under heavy load. The large 17mm axle is stiff and helps align the precision fully sealed stainless steel cartridge bearings.

  • Discipline: track or road
  • Bearings: 6803 C3 sealed stainless steel
  • Drilling: 32 hole, lock ring included
  • Spacing: 120mm
  • Color: black
  • Spoke Circle Diameter: 66mm
  • *C-T-O Left Flange: 37.20mm
  • *C-T-O Right Flange: 32.70mm
  • Bolt-On: steel bolts included
  • Weight: 180 grams
    (*Center To Outside)

    Options: ceramic bearings

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