White Industries H2 Hubs

5/5 (2 Reviews)
MSRP : $300.00

Product Description

White Industries’ newly designed H2 hubs are lightweight and designed specifically for road riding. They have been engineered with both function and performance in mind. The H2 hub featured a lightweight aluminum axle in the front hub and a thin walled steel axle in the rear hub. White Industries have also redesigned both the front and rear hubs shells to maximize aerodynamic efficiency. Even more unique to their products, they continue to utilize titanium as the preferred material choice for the free-hub body.

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Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by Tzvia a Recreational Rider

Date Reviewed: June 21, 2009

Strengths:    Bearings are smooth and the hub overall looks and feels well made. Rear hub is noisy but it is not annoying, I actually like it (less loud than CK). I'm not into the 'name game'; stuff just gotta work and the WI stuff works and holds up well. I will use WI again without reservation.

Weaknesses:    Nothing yet.

Bottom Line:   
I love the retro look of the chrome- had them built up with CX-Rays and Velocity Aerohead rims as a light everyday use wheelset, 24/28 2x. So far, no issues and the hubs spin as smooth as day one. I was torn between them and CK or DTSwiss, and as they were less expensive and have a good rep, thought I would try them. So far I'm very pleased with them.

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Favorite Ride:   Anywhere in Woodland Hills

Purchased At:   Pro Wheel Builder

Similar Products Used:   Dura ace, 105, Campy Victory and Record.

Bike Setup:   Spec Ruby Expert frame/seatpost, Dura Ace derailleurs-brakes, 09 Rival crank w/Blackbox ceramic, 3t Ergonova cf bars, 3t ARX team stem, the above wheelset, Ultregra shifters, Bontrager Inform RXL saddle, Speedplay X1s, Arundel cf cages.

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:4
Submitted by rbt3seveneliumsg a Recreational Rider

Date Reviewed: June 3, 2008

Strengths:    Great look, aero, light weight, fast rolling with minimal friction with ceramic bearings

Weaknesses:    Cost is not the cheapest, and don't have the snob appeal of DT-Swiss,etc. but I think they are as good as any hub available.

Bottom Line:   
I have H2 hubs built up on Lew Pro VT-1 rims with Sapim CX-Ray spokes and Enduro ceramic bearing upgrade. These are superlight and fast wheels with a very nice sound and roll. They look awesome and they are easily as good as any wheelset I have ever owned. The hubs have not given me any problems in 6 mos. and have been maintenance free.

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Favorite Ride:   Red Rock Loop/Summerlin area

Price Paid:    $250.00

Purchased At:   Pro Wheel Builder/Pr

Similar Products Used:   Mavic, DT-Swiss 240, Dura-Ace, Chris King

Bike Setup:   Cervelo SLC-SL (58), SRAM Red group,FSA K-Force Light 50/34 crank (175mm), Garmin 305, FSA K-Force carbon bar (44cm),Thompson Elite stem (110),Specialized Toupe gel saddle

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