Good 36 hole hub options

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Miche RG2 or Primato they come in 36H drillings and have very durable bearings. They also are 11 speed Camapagnolo or Shimano compatible. They really are a very good hub. I use them all the time and have had no issues with them.

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Miche hubs come in 36H drilling and are 11 speed compatible shaimano and campag. They have very drable freehub bodies and bearings and they are cheap. They also have proper preload adjusment. I use these alot in wheel builds and have a big stock. Yesterday I finished a build with Open Pro and Miche hubs 32H and they weighed in at 1710g.

There are various old stock campag hubs that will be 36H too.

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bm- that's a good weight for a OP build. How many spokes was that? Mine are a bit over 2000g with DT comps and 5700 hubs.

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Hi btompkins0112, as bm0p700f has mentioned, the Miche hub will work ... http://www.wiggle.com.au/miche-racing-box-pair-of-hubs/

thanks KL :)

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Thanks fella's! Now to find them in black. Killer price there, as well....much less than I thought I was going to spend.

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Hey. I suggested Miche or Ambrosio about the 4th post into this, and now everyone else is getting the credit. WTF? :unbelievable:

I'm deeply hurt. :cry: :cry:
There's sometimes a buggy.
How many drivers does a buggy have?

One.

So let's just say I'm drivin' this buggy...
and if you fix your attitude you can ride along with me.

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by KLabs

Hi bikerjulio, I think btompkins0112 was referring to your excellent suggestions, also :)

thanks KL :)

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Yes! Cheers Bikerjulio and KLabs.....my appreciation certainly goes to both of you equally!!

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by jooo

A bit late on this one but for anyone looking for another slightly more bling option, you could pair a White Industries M15 front with a T11 rear.

Mack will also do any drilling you want. Not sure if there is S11 compatibility yet but considering there is C11 compatibility and the hubs use Novatec internals, I'd imagine it's something you could request.

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