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I haven't built up a frame in a long time and I'm wondering if a Seven Evergreen frame built in the last year or so with an Enve fork will have a dropout designed for a 12x142mm thru axle in the rear and 15x100mm front thru axle. I don't have the frame available to measure it and I don't see this listed in the frame specs so I'm wondering if this is just the new standard.

I'm looking at a used pair of DT Swiss hubs with those measurements and I'm wondering if they'd fit the frame.

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Thanks, I'm looking at an auction for some DT Swiss hubs that ends before I can contact Seven, but it appears that unless I am mistaken DT Swiss offers conversion parts that will make the hubs fit regular QR dropouts, which is what it looks like these are.
 

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That's standard qr. Front will be 9x100, rear 10x130 (standard qr for mtb is same front, 10x135 rear.) You'll use standard qr levers. No thru axles.
 

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Oh, and I do believe you can get different end caps for most DT hubs (Maybe all) to convert them from thru able to qr. (Except not sure about rear - might only convert 12x142 to 10x135 qr, and not to 10x130)
 
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