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The conversion of a wheel from rim brakes to disc brakes happens by swapping the hub and the spokes. Disc front hubs are asymmetric so they might require bit different spoke lengths. In some cases, it might be possible to reuse some or all of the spokes. However, you do have to be aware of certain possible issues: Radially laced front wheels cannot be used ...


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Similar questions about converting bikes that lack disc mounts have been asked, but I'm not sure if there's a duplicate question on converting wheels. For a general wheel, the conversion process would mean that you need to remove the hub and spokes, and mate the rim to a disc hub. The original hub will lack any disc mounting tabs. It also wouldn't have been ...


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Now I disagree with an answer that said if you have free bearings or even caged bearings with the cup and cone. Which I think almost every major department store bike has, that you can not use sealed bearings. Well I beg to differ because I have now switched them out front and back on 3 different bikes that I have motorized and have not had a single problem. ...


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These are not standard parts so you won't find anything that's "compatible" with it. You'd need a replacement. Did you try writing to Decathlon or bringing it to one of their shops? B'twin is their brand, they have repair shops, so they could have a replacement. Other than that you could just make it. Find a tube with a proper inner diametre and ...


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not sure what you mean by "hub end cap". there is a piece that covers the non-drive side, but on the freehub side you posted, the entire hub is covered by the cassette and lock ring. replacing the QR skewer should be sufficient. i'm assuming the picture you're posting is a stock photo, if you post a picture of your wheel, we may be able to ...


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