White Industries T11 rear hub
The hub shell design is a high/low flange which allows for a more even and better spoke tension with a hub spaced to 130mm. The hubs design maximizes aerodynamic efficiency – always a goal for road riders. The White Industries T11 is fitted with a titanium freehub body in a choice of Shimano or Campagnolo configurations. Titanium, we feel, is the best choice in the freewheel application since it is nearly as light as aluminum and has the equivalent strength to many forms of steel. and uses three tool steel pawls to engage a hardened 24-point drive ring for solid power transfer. The White Industries T11 is particularly suited to larger or stronger riders needing a durable hub. These look beautiful in the high polish finish. Made in the USA.
Strada says – as the replacement for the H2 + H3 hubs, the T11 had a “makeover” and although the silver version is fine I am not sure about the “loud” CNC’d graphics which standout on the black version in particular. However, for strong Campagnolo riders the titanium freehub is welcome.
Axle: 15mm cro-mo
Freehub: 6al 4v titanium
Driver: 3 pawl/ 24 point engagement
Bearings three: 6902-2rs two: 6802-2rs – Shimano two: 6902-2rs four: 6802-2rs – Campy
Weight: 252 grams
Hole Drilling: 20h, 24h, 28h, 32h, 36h
White Industries T11 front hub – the lightest weight front hub designed by White Industries specifically for road bikes. White Industries understand the market and also understand that quality of craftsmanship, design, and engineering are vital in producing a product that will stand the test of time. With that in mind they confidently present the T11 front hub. The T11 front hub uses a 12mm aluminum axle with a unique bearing collar to allow free play to easily be adjusted. Its one-piece hubshell design has been optimized for the additional stresses of radial lacing. Available in natural polished aluminum or anodized black finish.
Axle: 12mm aluminum
Bearings two: 6901-2rs
Weight: 97 grams
Finish: Silver polish, black anodize
Spoke Hole Drilling: 16h, 18h, 20h, 24h, 28h, 32h