• Structure analysis of Bicycle hub

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    The hub is actually very simple, but all hubs are nothing more than a rolling friction roller, not the main body shell, shaft, fasteners (nuts or quick-release levers), and the three bitter enemies must each other for life. 

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  • Types of bicycle hubs

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    1. Ordinary single speed hub
    The most common type that can be replaced with a flywheel is generally made of iron, loose beads, and some have bead nests.

    2. One fly single speed hub
    Relative to the high-end commuter bike, it has a tower base structure and the flywheel can be replaced separately. Generally 14 teeth.

    3. Internally geared hub
    Commuter cars generally use internal three-speed hubs.

    4. Inverted drum brake hub
    It has a rear hub that drives the brake mechanism when the chain rotates in the reverse direction.

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  • How to build a carbon fiber mountain hardtail bike for $2,000

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    How about this carbon fiber mountain hardtail bike from the picture? Isn’t it handsome? Do you want to build one for yourself? The following is the assembly list of one of our customers. The cost of the whole vehicle is about $2000.
    Frame - Trifox Carbon MTB Frame MFM200
    Groupset- deore xt-m8120 4piston.
    Seatpost - profile design 
    Saddle - fizik
    Hubs - fastace
    Disk - shimano icetech
    Handlebar - syncros
    Fork - tfsa carbon
    Mavic crossride -wS
    XC folding tires
    Deore xt standard BB

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  • The difference between bearing hub and ball hub

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    The various rolling bearings used in bicycles (mainly hubs, bottom brackets, headsets, pedals) can be simply divided into bearing and ball gear bearings.

    So what exactly are bearing shaft and ball gear bearing?

    The bearing shaft actually refers to a shaft that uses an industrial deep groove ball bearing assembly as a rolling bearing. The structure can be seen in the figure below. Its characteristic is that it can be repaired by replacing the bearing assembly when damaged.
    bearing shaft
    The ball gear bearing is composed of a bowl, a shaft gear, and a ball in the middle. They and the hub body together form a large bearing. Because the ball does not need to use a cage-like industrial bearing, the ball gear structure bearing of the same size can accommodate more More balls, and each ball has a larger contact area, which can withstand greater pressure.
    ball gear bearing
    All Trifox carbon fiber road bike wheelset RW100 Series are use bearing hub.
    Carbon Fiber Road Bike Wheelset

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  • Is the bicycle hub louder the better?

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    I don’t know if you have any experience like this, that is, the riders around you are pursuing a very loud hub. For example, the pursuit of a lot of 120-sound hubs does not mean that the louder the hubs, the better.

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