Use these Stan's hub endcaps to convert Stan's 3.30 Type II Disc rear hubs to Quick Release or 10x135 thru bolt.
Note: The Type II hub can be identified by the stainless steel inserts on the end of each end cap where the hub mounts into the frame. On Type 2 endcaps, the left side cap is not threaded. These caps are used on all newer Stan's 3.30 hubs, but are not compatible with previous hubs.
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