Mountain Biking is always progressing, and staying at the forefront of progression is what Hope is all about. Reap the benefits of the Boost standard by converting your 15x100mm Hope Pro II, EVO, or Pro 4 hubs to Boost 15x110mm spacing.
Note from the manufacturer: The adapter is only mounted on the right side. The hub wheel will need to be trued so that the hub is centered in the rim and the wheel in the fork.
Moving my Hope wheels from an old bike to a new Boost spaced bike, this allows me to keep my discontinued gunsmoke colorway hubs, and ends up making the wheel stronger when it is re-centered. They've been awesome wheels so far, no reason they won't continue to be awesome on a wider axle.
You must hand it to Hope--despite the nauseating pace of the mountain bike industry changing 'standards', their components stand the test of time. This adapter takes 2 seconds to physically intstall and about 5 minutes and one full IPA to redish the wheel to Boost spacing.
Works. Simple. Inexpensive. What else do you need to know?
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