Canfield Brothers 9t Microdrive Rear Hub

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Canfield Brothers 9t Microdrive Rear Hub

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Canfield Brothers 9t Microdrive Rear Hub (MSRP $300) — *This product is no longer available.

The Canfield Brothers continue to innovate and introduce new products to help you go fast and make your bike better! This is the latest in our collection. The C2 9T micro-drive hub. With this hub you have the ability to run a cassette down to a 9 tooth. This hub is designed around a custom step-down free hub body allowing the fitment of a 10t and 9t cassette cog. The difference between the 11t and 9t is about 20%.

What does this mean? For XC riders you have the option of running a 1x set up with a 9-32/36 cassette. You can also run a 2x or 3x setup for the ultimate gear range. For DH riders, a 9-26 fit’s the bill nicely. With this cassette you are no longer required to run the typical 36-40 chain ring. Remember the 10t is 10% taller than an 11t. And the 9t is 10% taller than the 10t. There’s your 20% difference in gearing. This in combination with the new micro chain guide offerings, allow a chain ring of 28-32. You will gain BB clearance, have less chain and have a more compact overall drivetrain.

*Requires the use of a Shimano Capreo cassette or our 9t Conversion Cogs. [URL=""][/URL]

Specifications Compare to other Hubs

Price $300
Weight 135×12 hub = 348 g
Color Options Black
Spacing 135xQR, 135x12, 140x12, 150x12
Spacing - most forks use a 20mm thru-axle (QR20), quick release/QR (9mm), or now, a 15mm hub. It is important to know which hub your fork needs as standard quick release hubs cannot be converted to use with a 20mm compatible fork. However, there are reducers for some hubs that can go from 20mm to standard QR. Rear hubs typically come in two sizes. The first is 150x12 and the second is 135x10. However, some bikes do use a 165mm hub and 135x12. It is important to know which rear hub is required on your bike so it will be compatible.
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