Paul Componants High Flange Rear Hub Flip-Flop Fixed/Free Wheel Threaded

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  • Material
    6061 Aluminum
  • Weight
  • Finish
    Anodized or Polished
  • Anodized Color
    Black or Silver
  • Dimensions
    Axle Spacing: 120mm or 130mm
    Flange Diameter: 65mm
    Center to Flange: 32.5mm
    Fixed Chainline: 44mm
    Freewheel Chainline: 48mm
  • Spoke Holes
    24, 28, 32, 36, or 48
  • Spoke Hole Diameter
  • Fixed/Freewheel Threading
    English 1.37x24tpi
  • Lockring Threading
    English 1.29x24tpi
  • Additional Information
  • Exploded Assembly Drawing
    Exploded Assembly Drawing
  • Axle Bolt Torque
    21 N·m


We machine these hubs from three inch round bars of 6061 aluminum. The hub shells are put through four different machining processes before they go to finishing, and the end result is something we’re very proud of. The wide flanges have six window cutouts in them to save weight and draw on the influence of classic track hubs.

The hub shells are available with dedicated fixed gear threading on one side only, or in a flip-flop version with fixed threading on one side and freewheel threading on the other. Proper left-handed lock ring threading keeps fixed gear cogs secure, and our heavy-duty stainless steel lock ring is included.

The axle is ground from 7075 aluminum, which has a great strength to weight ratio. The outer lock nut faces are made of knurled steel for a solid grip against dropouts. Two axles are available with 120mm or 130mm outer lock nut spacing. The ends of the axle are threaded to receive our stainless steel axle bolts. Hub Service Parts are available to convert between axle lengths.

We use high-fill sealed bearings in the High Flange Rear, and they can be adjusted with our simple adjuster ring.

The chainline on the High Flange Rear is spaced to 44mm for the fixed cog, and 48mm for the freewheel.

Spoke hole counts are available in 24, 28, 32, and 36, and the spoke holes are chamfered to reduce stress on the head and elbow of the spoke.