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Nimbus 32H All Steel Wide Disc ISIS Hub - 125mm

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Quick Overview

This all steel Disc hub is built with a chromoly spindle for offroad use. This hub will fit the Hatchet and the Oregon Disc Frame and any Nimbus Oracle aluminum 32" and 36" Frame.

Product Description

Should you want to build the wheel, here is a link to the spoke calculator so you can find the correct spoke length you need.


* ISIS spline is strong with a 6-bolt disc brake interface
* Tempered 4130 CrMo spindle
* Wide flange spacing for increased wheel strength.
* Flange material hardness and shape are designed to maximise spoke strength.
* Sealed, 42mm bearings with standard 125mm spacing
* 32 spoke holes
* Comes with pair of ISIS bolts.
* Weighs: 748g (including bolts and spacers)

Hub detail:
  • Flange Diameter: 55mm
  • Hub Width (disc side): 54.2mm
  • Hub Width (non disc): 93.8mm
  • Spoke hole diameter: 2.8mm
  • Hub Drilling: 32
  • Spoke Interface: J-Bend

  • Additional Information

    Manufacturer Nimbus
    Bearing Size 22x42x12mm
    Brand - Other Oregon
    Number of Spokes 32 Hole
    Type - Bearings ISIS 42mm
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