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New hub for my V10

puk

Chimp
Jan 8, 2006
6
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Hi there,

I have a problem, i have a old model V10 (2004).
And i have a hadley rear hub, and the hub is serviced several times but is now giving up his job.

I am looking for a new rear hub but i have no idea where to find a new one.
I am not looking for a new hadley hub, because this one was just a pain in the ass.

I am from Holland ( the flat country with **** weather) so the hubs have to withstand lots of mud and rain.

I have the V10 with floating disc so the hub must be 140 mm wide.

Cheers Pieter
 

ChrisKring

Turbo Monkey
Jan 30, 2002
2,399
6
Grand Haven, MI
The only hub that fits your setup is the Hadley hub since you have the floater. It was custom made for SC.

Your options are:

1) get new parts from Hadley and rebuild again. What parts have you already replaced? What is the problem?

2) buy a used hub. PM me if, I know someone that might have one. Or check ebay.

3) machine a different hub to work. I am thinking you could probably machine down a 150mm hub to work. It would be a ton of work. Way more than it's worth. If you had to pay someone to do this work, it would be cheaper to get a new frame. But if your handy, it would be a fun project.

4) buy the quick release drop outs from SC and switch over to any 135mm QR hub

5) buy the 150mm drop outs without a floating brake for that frame. They didn't make very many of them and at one point they were only available tot he SC team. I think I remember seeing them on the SC website.

I would probably do Option #4
 

demo 9

Turbo Monkey
Jan 31, 2007
5,911
45
north jersey
try to see if a ringle 150mm will work. mine has a piece that goes on the side that if u leave it out it looks like it wood be 140mm. old 2004 demo 9 stock
 

puk

Chimp
Jan 8, 2006
6
0
The only hub that fits your setup is the Hadley hub since you have the floater. It was custom made for SC.

Your options are:

1) get new parts from Hadley and rebuild again. What parts have you already replaced? What is the problem?

2) buy a used hub. PM me if, I know someone that might have one. Or check ebay.

3) machine a different hub to work. I am thinking you could probably machine down a 150mm hub to work. It would be a ton of work. Way more than it's worth. If you had to pay someone to do this work, it would be cheaper to get a new frame. But if your handy, it would be a fun project.

4) buy the quick release drop outs from SC and switch over to any 135mm QR hub

5) buy the 150mm drop outs without a floating brake for that frame. They didn't make very many of them and at one point they were only available tot he SC team. I think I remember seeing them on the SC website.

I would probably do Option #4
Thanks for the reply,

I have called santa cruz Uk and they have 2 types of drop outs, 1 for QR (not really an option).
And they also have a 150 x 14. (for use without a floating brake).

On the hope and chrisking website i could not not find a 150 x 14 hub.
Do you guy's know where to find one?

I included pictures of the drop outs.

Cheers Pieter
 

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Cant Climb

Turbo Monkey
May 9, 2004
2,687
10
If you cant find a hub PM me....i know some people that still have thoose old Hadleys laying around.
 

puk

Chimp
Jan 8, 2006
6
0
I think that is the same one as the one i have pictured.
I asked the guy from santa cruz uk is he was for sure it was 14mm, he sad yeah. But he also sad that several brands had the hub.
I will now ask the guy's from santacruz.com if it is 12 mm or 14 mm.
I keep you posted.

I have spoken to santa cruz.com
You are right it is 150 x 12. So that is good news for me.
 

Cave Dweller

Monkey
May 6, 2003
993
0
Puk,

Why go to the trouble of rebuilding a wheel with a new hub, when you can fix the old hub??

All the internals are replaceable. I rebuilt my hadley a year ago and the only parts that did do get changed was the hub shell and cassette holder.

Alot cheaper then a new hub, and no wheel rebuild.