Box Three Pro 10mm Rear Disc Hub 36h Black - boxcomponents
Box Three Pro 10mm Rear Disc Hub 36h Black - boxcomponents
Box Three Pro 10mm Rear Disc Hub 36h Black - boxcomponents
Box Three Pro 10mm Rear Disc Hub 36h Black - boxcomponents
Box Three Pro 10mm Rear Disc Hub 36h Black - boxcomponents
Box Three Pro 10mm Rear Disc Hub 36h Black - boxcomponents

Box Three Pro 10mm rear disc 36H hub w/ 16T black

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SKUBX-HU3-1036DR-BK

The Box Three Pro Hubs are our most affordable hubs, but dont be fooled they are still packed full of features!

Our Box Three Pro Disc Rear hub has a super-fast 4-Pawl 120-Point engagement system, precision sealed bearings, a steel 10mm axle, AND a 6-Bolt disc brake rotor mount. This creates a hub that accelerates and decelerates insanely fast at a wallet friendly price!
 

Forged Aluminum Hubshell
10mm Axle
Chromoly Axle
3-Pawl 120 Points of Engagement
Chromoly Driver
Sealed Bearings
Straight Flanges
Laser Etched Graphics

Hub includes Steel Bolts, Lockring, Spacers and 16t Cog.

Box One Cassette Spacer Kit
Box One XL Pro Lite Carbon 1-1/8" Alloy Steerer 20” X 10mm Fork
Box One XL Pro Lite Carbon 1-1/8" Alloy Steerer 20” X 10mm Fork
Box One 24x1.75" 36-Hole Front Rim Black
Box One 20x1.75" 36-Hole Front Rim Black

Axle 10x110
Hole Drilling 36
Material Aluminum, Hardened Alloy Steel
Hardware Steel
Driver Type Shimano Compatible
Engagement Sytem 3-Pawl 120 Points of Engagement
Brake Type 6-Bolt Interface
Finish Gloss Black
Weight 445g/15.7oz

I don't know how to build wheels, does this hub come in a pre-built wheelset?
Yes, this hub is built to our Box One Pro Rim with Box One Pro Spokes In our Box Three Wheelsets.

What spoke lengths should I use when building this wheel to a Box Rim?

We have published recommended lacing patterns and spoke lengths for all Box Hub to Box Rim wheel builds on www.boxcomponents.com/service

Can I radially lace this hub?

No, Box does not recommend radially lacing on any Box Components hub.

What should I used to Clean this hub and the internals?

The internals can be easily disassembled by removing the drive-side lock-nut; the internals can be wiped down with a lint free rag and mild de-greaser and re-greased with a light amount of grease on the outside of the pawls. Too much grease could cause the pawls to stick or skip. Only disassemble if an issue is present.