Shimano Saint Front Hub.

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Shimano Saint Front Hub.

4 Reviews for Saint Front Hub.

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 i just dont under stand how its so unrelible the rear hubs are good tho and made in japan..............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
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 NO I dont recommend this shit product! save your money never ever buy saint hubs nothing but trouble trust me the only good thing about them are the look thats it besides that avoid them like a plague!!!!!
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 Great look, solid hub, lightweight! Just doesn't roll as fast as i thought it would. pinkbike made me add this extra thing on for no reason which i don't get.
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Shimano Saint Front Hub. (MSRP $110) — The new front hub carries over the 20mm through axle for maximum control and minimum weight. Angular contact bearings ensure easy maintenance and total efficiency. The new shape is visually lighter and incorporates the standard Center Lock interface which allows easy interchangeability with other rotors or the use of a 6-bolt rotor adapter.

Specifications Compare to other Hubs

Release Date 2009
Price $110
Weight 225 g
Color Options Black/Gold
Hub Bearings Stainless steel Caged
Spacing 110
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.
Front or Rear Front
Diameter 20

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