Thu, Jul 23 2009 6:00 am |
Company: Eastern Bikes
Hub: Birectional Hub
Drive Side: Right hand or left hand.
Axle: 14mm heat-treated chromoly.
Driver Bearings: 1 #6802 Japanese outer bearing and one #6902 Japanese inner bearing—much larger than most driver bearings.
Driver Pawls: 6 Pawls
Driver Spring: 6 individual springs
Hardware: 7075 alloy non-drive side cone nut for reduced weight, heat-treated chromoly drive side for extra strength.
Hub Shell Bearings: 2 #6902 Japanese bearings.
Colors: White and black
Other/Options: You can switch the hub from right to left side drive very easily without buying any other parts.
What makes your hub better than, or stand out from other hubs out there?
“We have been producing the Birectional Hub for over 2 years now for our complete bikes and aftermarket wheels. This year we added the ability to use the plastic Pop N Loc hub guard that just pops on and saves your spokes. The guards will be available this fall. We believe that this is the most bang for your buck in a rear hub.”
- Mike Corley, Eastern Bikes
TAGS: Cassette Hubs, Colony, Demolition, DK, Eastern, Eclat, GSport, Hoffman, Hubs, Integral, KHE, MacNeil, Madera, Odyssey, Profile, Proper, Shadow, stolen, Supercross, Superstar, Wethepeople