Non QR versions of Chris King ISO front hubs?



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Duncan Smith

Guest
I'm looking for a disc brake solution for my racer/cyclocross bike,
and as such am in the marker for a 100mm ISO front hub which is built
to last.

Chris King is in the front, but they all seem to be QR - I'm a bit of
fan of Tracknuts if only because they rarely work loose on their own,
and deter casual/kiddie thieves when leaving the bike parked down
town.

Anyone seen any CK hubs with fittings for track-nuts, or can recommend
a suitable product?

Regards,

Duncan.
 
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JeffWills

Guest
On Feb 19, 2:04 pm, "Duncan Smith" <[email protected]> wrote:
>
> Anyone seen any CK hubs with fittings for track-nuts, or can recommend
> a suitable product?


Chris King BMX hubs:
http://www.chrisking.com/hubs/hbs_bmx.html

I'd bet if you ask them nice, they'd make up a set just the way you
want them. I'd wander over and ask them, but then my job is only a
mile or two from their facility.

Jeff
 
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Phil, Non-Squid

Guest
JeffWills wrote:
> On Feb 19, 2:04 pm, "Duncan Smith" <[email protected]> wrote:
>>
>> Anyone seen any CK hubs with fittings for track-nuts, or can
>> recommend a suitable product?

>
> Chris King BMX hubs:
> http://www.chrisking.com/hubs/hbs_bmx.html
>
> I'd bet if you ask them nice, they'd make up a set just the way you
> want them. I'd wander over and ask them, but then my job is only a
> mile or two from their facility.
>
> Jeff


Again, not disc-compatible.
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Phil
 
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Kinky Cowboy

Guest
On Tue, 20 Feb 2007 15:25:51 -0500, "Phil, Non-Squid"
<[email protected]> wrote:

>JeffWills wrote:
>> On Feb 19, 2:04 pm, "Duncan Smith" <[email protected]> wrote:
>>>
>>> Anyone seen any CK hubs with fittings for track-nuts, or can
>>> recommend a suitable product?

>>
>> Chris King BMX hubs:
>> http://www.chrisking.com/hubs/hbs_bmx.html
>>
>> I'd bet if you ask them nice, they'd make up a set just the way you
>> want them. I'd wander over and ask them, but then my job is only a
>> mile or two from their facility.
>>
>> Jeff

>
>Again, not disc-compatible.


I think the idea was to get CK to make a hybrid with the BMX axle and
the ISO disc shell; since they have the same axle diameter and OLN
dimension, this should be possible.

Kinky Cowboy*

*Batteries not included
May contain traces of nuts
Your milage may vary
 
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Phil, Non-Squid

Guest
Kinky Cowboy wrote:
> On Tue, 20 Feb 2007 15:25:51 -0500, "Phil, Non-Squid"
> <[email protected]> wrote:
>
>> JeffWills wrote:
>>> On Feb 19, 2:04 pm, "Duncan Smith" <[email protected]>
>>> wrote:
>>>>
>>>> Anyone seen any CK hubs with fittings for track-nuts, or can
>>>> recommend a suitable product?
>>>
>>> Chris King BMX hubs:
>>> http://www.chrisking.com/hubs/hbs_bmx.html
>>>
>>> I'd bet if you ask them nice, they'd make up a set just the way you
>>> want them. I'd wander over and ask them, but then my job is only a
>>> mile or two from their facility.
>>>
>>> Jeff

>>
>> Again, not disc-compatible.

>
> I think the idea was to get CK to make a hybrid with the BMX axle and
> the ISO disc shell; since they have the same axle diameter and OLN
> dimension, this should be possible.
>
> Kinky Cowboy*
>
> *Batteries not included
> May contain traces of nuts
> Your milage may vary


Oops. I see now.

Also keep in mind that newer oversize BMX axles are 14mm, too large to fit
in most 9/10mm dropouts. Not sure if this is the case with King.
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Phil