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dumb noob question

PeanuttPeanutt Posts: 229
edited July 2008 in MTB workshop & tech
is there an attachment to turn a normal rear wheel hub into a hub that'll take a disc rotor?? Surely there must be a disc mount that screws onto the axle?? Or do I have to fork out for a new hub??
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  • SplasherSplasher Posts: 1,528
    You have to fork out for a new hub, but even worse you may find a new wheel is cheaper than having your existing wheel rebuilt.
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  • nicklousenicklouse Posts: 81,520 Lives Here
    there is a (was) an adapter that came out when discs first appeared that bolted onto the disc side spoke flange. This then required a wheel unbuild, the part, half a set of new spokes and a rebuild.

    they are no longer available.

    just buy a new wheel. (Or new hub and new spokes.... oh hang on a new wheel would be more cost effective), and ebay the old wheel.
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