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Scott Gibbs

Hope Pro2 116mm conversion

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Who was it on here that was converting the Pro2/4 to 116mm spacing? 

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Euan Beaden most probably. 

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I'm pretty Sure Flipp had or has one.

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flipps was made by josh leech, mine and @isitafox was made by alex dark, but neither of them can produce any more due to current circumstances. i went for them over euan because the wheel rim wasnt dished, and it was a much more solid build. from what id heard, Euan just machines the driveside down. when i asked him if he could do mine, he said it wasnt possible for him (110mm) and the Alex went and did it perfectly anyway. so its a bit of a difficult one.

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The one I had was an Alex Dark version, engineering was spot on. Worked perfectly

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25 minutes ago, bing said:

The one I had was an Alex Dark version, engineering was spot on. Worked perfectly

you had dave's. at one point i owned them both :P still miss 'em.

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Is there a write up on how it’s done anywhere? I’ve got a 150mm pro 2 evo knocking around that I wouldn’t mind trying to convert. 

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Are the flanges on the 150 wider than a normal 135? If so I would expect you to struggle!

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Thought they were the same just different axle and end caps

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7 hours ago, isitafox said:

Thought they were the same just different axle and end caps

I think the 150 is a wider hub shell, the 142 is the same hub as the 135 with different end caps.

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On 16/11/2018 at 11:59 AM, monkeyseemonkeydo said:

Are the flanges on the 150 wider than a normal 135? If so I would expect you to struggle!

The extra spacing with the 150 hubshells is in between the non driveside flange and the disk mount, so the disk mounts will have to go but that’s not an issue really as I don’t use disk brakes. 

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