Recommend me rear V brake hub?

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blingUK
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by blingUK

Hi can someone recommend me a lightweight rear MTB hub for V brakes as my present one just snapped on me. Thanks so much.

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Frankie - B
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by Frankie - B

How about a Tune hub. They are light and tool butter smooth.

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Rey
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by Rey

I recommend extralite DT

durable: chris king.

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by skyfire1202

I recommend Extralite. Light, durable, easy to adjust bearing preload, easy to service, and easy to obtain spare parts from the company.

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by fadr

If you do not want to invest a lot of money, take the AC (American Classic). Very nice are WI (White Industries), but they are not too light...

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