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The PRINCE SKYLINE is developed for weight-optimised wheelsets. Featuring hybrid ceramic bearing for outright speed, and in this MTB version, a reinforced gold anodised ‘High Torque’ Endurance Freewheel body for maximum durability. Tolerances within the Ceramic bearing are less than 0.25 microns to achieve maximum transfer of every watt. With no compromise in its materials or design, the PRINCE SKYLINE displays Tune development knowledge pushed to its limits. A MUST for every weight weenie!
As with all Tune hubs, each hub is assembled by hand, including bearing adjustment. CNC machined in our factory in Germany from our unique aircraft grade aluminium with increased fatigue strength. All hubs are anodized for beauty and corrosion resistance. PRINCE MTB hubs are supplied with IS2000 6-bolt disc mount as standard, although Centerlock is optional.
Shimano HG11 = 11 speed road
Shimano HG10* = 10 speed road / 11 speed MTB
Sram XD* = 11 speed road / 12 speed MTB
Sram XDR = 12 speed road
* If ordering Sram XD, you will receive Sram XDR with a 1.8 mm spacer
* If ordering Shimano HG10, you will receive Shimano HG11 with a 1.8 mm spacer
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  • • Application: MTB disc brake rear hub
  • • Body: Heat-treated aluminium
  • • Axle: Heat-treated aluminium
  • • Axle end caps: Heat-treated aluminium
  • • Manufacturing process: CNC machined, one-piece body
  • • Spoke count: 28 / 32 holes (straight-pull)
  • • Disc mount: IS2000 6-bolt (Centerlock optional)
  • • Mounting: 135 mm (QR5) / 142 mm (QR12)
  • • Freehub: Shimano / Sram
  • • Freewheel body: Reinforced heat-treated aluminium (Endurance)
  • • Drive ring: TiAI6V4 Titanium
  • • Pawls: 3 TiAI6V4 Titanium
  • • Springs: Steel with a unique low friction coating
  • • Bearings: 3 deep-groove ball bearings, 1 full complement ball bearing (1 Ceramic)
  • • Seals: double contact seals
  • • Clamping method: QR5 quick release / QR12 thru-axle
  • • Max. rider & bicycle weight combined: 105kg
  • • Weight (approx.): 200 grams