Miche make wonderful hubs. The Primato hubs in black are available in the drillings I keep for wheel building (see drop down menu). Other drilling combinations can be ordered but enquire for availability.
The hub shell is forged, then CNC machine finished. Miche have exacting standards for there products. They even sample the bearings they receive for tolerance so every hub is a good as the last.
The new hub has been revised with a alloy axle for the front and a 30T ratchet ring instead of the 20T ring in the old hub. Otherwise the hub is the same.
Miche wisely have used a 12mm steel axle in the rear hub making them suitable for heavy loads/rider or very powerful riders. The cartridge bearings used are 6001 (1/4" balls) in the main body front and rear and large 6901 bearings in the freehub. These hubs can be ridden through floods and they don't care. They use an alloy freehub and weigh 425g for the pair. Black skewers are included and these weigh another 100g.
Available with a Shimano 10/11 speed freehub body, SRAM XDR 12 speed or a 9/10/11 speed Campagnolo freehub body.
The hubs can be dismantled with two 5mm allen keys. That is nice and simple. There is a bearing preload adjuster which requires the use of a 2mm allen key. Very easy hubs to work with. Freehub body changes are very easy.
Simply put a very reliable cartridge bearing hubset that are one of my favourite road hubs. Suitbale for CX use as well they are that good.
Flange PCD = 40mm
Centre of flange - centre of hub = 34mm
Flange PCD = 46mm
Centre DS flange - centre of hub = 16mm
Centre NDS flange - centre of hub = 38mm
More about Miche here
COVID 19 update. Overseas shipping is now with a courier only. UPS or Parcel force.
Orders placed in the afternoon normally get sent the next workday where possible. Orders placed before noon are often sent the same day but this is not guaranteed. Priority is given to Royal Mail Special delivery items always.
Same day disptach is not guaranteed due to volume of mail order. In general we are not operating with big delays in dispatch if any.
- Standard shipping is with Royal Mail using there 24 service. Cost £3. This is not a guaranteed service and takes 1-7 days normally but can be longer. The tracking number is not tracking but is a conformation of delivery code. If the item has been delivered to you or a neighbour then the tracking shows something otherwise it won't. If the item is needed urgently then pay for the courier/special delivery.
- For a £7 surcharge, a next day (not sunday) tracked service (from dispatch) with Royal mail special delivery is used. You get an hour delivery slot by text. It's a fine service and worth the money. This only works for items up to 2kg. beyond that it gets very expensive and Parcel Force 24 tracked is used.
- Rims are sent by courier only- cost £10. UPS is used. A phone number and email address must be supplied to allow me to book in. This service can also be picked for smaller items that you want delivered by UPS.
- Wheels shipping cost is £15 (cost of courier + cost of the box) next day. To NI, Scottish Islands, Channel Islands, Isle of Man and that is a two day service.
Due to the disruption in postal services during 2020, misdeliveries, customs issues and long delays all overseas shipping is now with UPS or Parcel Force. Parcel mass and destination affect price. So the following applies. I do not offer cheaper slower mail services anymore. Please don't ask as it means you have not read this page. There is no circumstance where i will use a cheaper service.
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