DT Swiss quality at a more budget friendly price is what the DT Swiss 350 hubs are all about. These hubs still feature super tough seals for their high quality bearings for smooth spinning and durability. The shell is constructed from heat treated and anodized aluminum. Maintenance is a snap as each hub is fully serviceable without any special tools. Choose from Centerbolt or 6-bolt styles with different axle options to match your needs. Skewer is not included.
I would use the Phil Wood bearings. I use the Phil Wood bearings on my mountain bike and have found them to be trouble free and of the highest quality. They are well worth the extra cost and you are supporting a American company that has contributed so much to the sport we love. I hope that helps. -Jason
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