Thu, Jul 23 2009 6:00 am |
Drive Side: One hub goes both right hand and left hand.
Axle: Heat-treated inbound 14mm bolts in a 20mm aluminum axle.
Driver: 9t, 10t
Driver Bearings: Needle
Driver Pawls: 3, individually sprung.
Driver Spring: 3
Hardware: Steel collars, 17mm wrench flat/6mm Allen 14mm inbound bolts.
Hub Shell Bearings: 2 sealed cartridge bearings.
Colors: Black, High Polished, White, Gold
Other/Options: Available in complete wheelsets. Different axle kits and bolts available soon.
What makes your hub better than, or stand out from other hubs out there?
“While more than a few companies offer an inbound axle, The GSport hubs were the original. Usually the inbound axle is an after-thought modification to standard cassettes. That is why many are 3/8″, because that’s all you can fit in standard bearing. The Ratchet is designed from the ground up with a 20mm aluminum axle and larger durable bearings. That’s why it can still have 14mm inbound axles and still be as strong as possible. The square tooth Ratchet cog is GSport specific, and we hold the patent on that design. It’s what makes the same hub able to go from LHD to RHD by just switching the pawl/spring direction. No extra parts necessary.” – Jim Bauer, GSport
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