RD2 Supadrive Hub
Our RD2 series of hubs have been designed ground up for the highest performance road disc brake applications.
RD2 hubs are fast and durable for the long-term.
The RD2 Supadrive hub offers a 120 point near instant engagement with the ability to withstand substantial torque loads. With multiple World Championship titles across a range of disciplines the Supadrive system is tried and tested to the very highest level. Supadrive is our most advanced and reliable drive system to date.
Wide spoke flanges, sealed cartridge bearings and a lightweight alloy axle in the RD2 Supadrive hub ensure longevity. Light, fast and designed for use with up to 11 speed road cassettes, the RD2 Supadrive hub is at the pinnacle of lightweight performance.
These hubs come supplied with the axle fittings to allow them to fit universally with 142x12 Thru systems.
Optional extra QR 135mm type axle end cone fittings can be purchased to fit this hub into 135mm spaced QR axle type frames using an additional skewer – see Halo RD2 end cones item code: HUHAZGXRAQ
|Bearings||Hub - 2 x 6902. Freehub - 1 x 6802 and 1 x 15267 |
|Axle||142 x 12mm Alloy thru (135 x QR5/10mm available aftermarket)|
|Disc Mount||Centerlock (optional 6 bolt adaptor available aftermarket)|
|Freehub||Shimano Road 11 HG or SRAM XDR or Campag type options |
|Freehub Body||Alloy with anti-bite steel insets|
|Drive System||Supadrive- 120 engagement points (3 degree), 3 wedge pawls |
|Spoke Hole Circle Diameter (PCD)|| Left 45mm Right 52mm |
|Centre to Flange||C-L 33mm C-R 19mm |
|Model Ref ||RD2-S-DRV-FG|
|Colour||Anodised Black |
Freehub GuideWhich freehub type do I need for my cassette?
In the world of ever-growing cassette options, the amount of freehubs on offer has grown. This makes choosing the correct freehub ever harder.
For geared hubs Halo currently offer the following freehub fitments:
- Shimano type HG (Road or MTB types)
- Shimano type MicroSpline
- SRAM type XD
- Sram type XDR
- Campagnolo ED
Halo have created the following flow charts to show which freehub you should choose. Firstly, pick if you are using a road or MTB cassette and then follow the flow.Download Flow Chart PDF
If you need any help understanding this confusing subject to help purchase a product, please feel free to Contact us
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