Hope future proofs hubs. They like to say that. And so do I, because it's cool that the Hope Fatsno Conversion Kit is a mostly tool-free option that allows for the conversion of Hope Pro 2 Evo and Pro 4 hubs to basically whatever other axle standard you want. Mostly, because you may need to use a small, flat screwdriver to remove and re-install end cap lock rings, and might have to deal with rotor refits.
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