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The Velo Orange rear hub comes in 32 or 36 with the correct endcaps for 135 QR. You choose the freehub you want, 11speed road is an option. https://velo-orange.com/collections/hubs/products/disc-rear-hub-silver-and-noir?variant=31841972715657 Halo make an equivalent part (WL) but only a 28 drilling. A DT Swiss hub with the correct endcaps would work, as ...


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From https://easymountainbiking.com/can-you-fit-an-11-or-12-speed-cassette-on-10-speed-hub-on-a-mountain-bike/ "Standard Shimano freehubs are 33-34mm. Now, you may have some older mtb 11-speed cassette that needs a bigger freehub or you simply want to fit a road cassette on it. Believe it or not, gravel bikes are usually best with wider mtb hubs and ...


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You can add a 5mm spacer to the NDS of any non-disc 130mm QR road hub and dish for 135mm. I've done this a few times with 11s 105 and ultegra hubs. But then you'll have to give up the rear disc brake. is there a center mount for dual pivot rim brakes in the rear? There are clamp-on (😬) brake bosses to add posts for cantilever brakes but... As far as ...


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Good job on your first build! It does really just sound like you have low spoke tension. Usually, i tighten the spokes until no threads are visible on any spokes as a starting point. If your spokes are too short (not threaded into the nipple all the way into the rim) the nipples will prematurely break, especially on a mtb. Inflating the tire will squeeze the ...


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