Hope Freehub Body for Pro 4 Hubs

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With the following freehub bodies from Hope it is possible to retrofit your existing wheels and hubs.

Specifications:


Series: Pro 4
Application: All Mountain, Trail, Enduro, Cross Country, Road, Downhill
Freehub: Shimano Road, SRAM XD, Hope
Gearing: 8-/9-/10-/11-speed, 11-/12-speed, 7-/11-speed
Freehub Body Type: pawls

Technical Information:


Freehub Body Material: aluminium, steel
Bearings: cartridge

Models:


aluminium / universal / SRAM XD:
Compatibility: Pro 4
Freehub: SRAM XD
Gearing: 11-/12-speed
Contents: 1 x freehub body
Manufacturer Part Number: HUB537

aluminium / universal / Shimano:
Compatibility: Pro 4
Freehub: Shimano Road
Gearing: 8-/9-/10-/11-speed
Contents: 1 x freehub body, 1 x spacer (for MTB)
Manufacturer Part Number: HUB536

aluminium / 12 x 142/148 mm / Shimano Micro Spline:
Compatibility: Pro 4
Freehub: Shimano Micro Spline
Gearing: 12-speed
Contents: 1 x freehub body, 1 x end cap X12 / Boost
Manufacturer Part Number: HUB545-X12

aluminium / 12 x 142 mm / X-12 / Hope: sold out
End cap for: 12 x 142 mm thru-axle
Compatibility: Pro 4
Freehub: Hope
Gearing: 7-/11-speed
Contents: 1 x freehub body, 1 x end cap
Manufacturer Part Number: HUB538-X12

aluminium / 10 x 135 mm / thru-bolt / Hope:
End cap for: 10 x 135 mm thru-bolt
Compatibility: Pro 4
Freehub: Hope
Gearing: 7-/11-speed
Contents: 1 x freehub body, 1 x end cap
Manufacturer Part Number: HUB538-10

aluminium / 10 x 135 mm / Hope: sold out
End cap for: 10 x 135 mm quick release
Compatibility: Pro 4
Freehub: Hope
Gearing: 7-/11-speed
Contents: 1 x freehub body, 1 x end cap
Manufacturer Part Number: HUB538-QR

aluminium / 12 x 135 mm / Hope: sold out
End cap for: 12 x 135 mm thru-axle
Compatibility: Pro 4
Freehub: Hope
Gearing: 7-/11-speed
Contents: 1 x freehub body, 1 x end cap
Manufacturer Part Number: HUB538-12

steel / universal / Shimano:
Compatibility: Pro 4
Freehub: Shimano Road
Gearing: 8-/9-/10-/11-speed
Contents: 1 x freehub body, 1 x spacer (for MTB)
Manufacturer Part Number: HUB540


Models:

in stock 2 to 7 days up to 10 days Out of stock inform me
  • aluminium/12 x 142/148 mm / Shimano Micro Spline
    69.33€
  • aluminium/universal / Shimano
    71.42€
  • aluminium/universal / SRAM XD
    71.42€
  • steel/universal / Shimano
    71.42€

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by Reynaldo V.  on 04.12.2019
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by Hanns Z.  on 24.09.2019
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**Bike-components get a 5 star rating for price and customer support**

I bought a set of wheels which had the Hope Pro 4 hubs.
These are great hubs, but the Wheelset came with the aluminium Shimano freewheel body...

The Aluminium body got gauged and cut up by my SRAM Eagle NX cassette within 3 months, around 1200km. It took me around 20minutes just to get the cassette off the hub. I'm a 97kg rider with kit.

So I ordered the steel free hub body, which turns out isn't black but silver, and is also non-magnetic steel. It weighs roughly 90 gram more than the Alu one. I've not ridden it much, about 400km, and noticed notches from the cassette digging into the splines. Not as severe as with the aluminium body, but it's certainly not hard steel like that of my replaced stock Specialized Roval wheels. That freehub body has hardly any paint worn off by the cassette let alone indentations.

So now I'm on my third Hope Pro 4 freehub, the XD driver version. I've ditched the NX cassette which I actually quite like due to it's long lasting steel teeth, and moved to GX. Installation was easy, although one has to remove the drive side hub end cap for installation and removal of the cassette, which turns out is annoyingly tricky.

I'm really disappointed in the weak material chosen for the Shimano free bodies, especially considering how common Shimano cassettes have loose individual rings.

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