Hi-E asymmetrical (track)
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Category:  Hubs
Name:  Hi-E asymmetrical (track)
Brand:  Hi-E
Years:  Early 1970's - Mid 1970's
Country:  United States
Added By: The Alterkakker on 01/15/16
Updated By: peterbman on 10/27/16
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Gear Compatibility Fixed GearFront Bearing Size/Count
Rear Bearing Size/CountRear Spacing120mm
Spoke Drilling28Flange Size
Gear Threading/Pattern English/ISO: 1.375 x 24 TPIBody Markings"Hi-E" logo engraved into hub barrel
Axle MaterialSteelShell MaterialAluminum
General Information
An example of the (very uncommon) fixed gear hubs Harlan Meyer made, even more uncommon due to the asymmetrical flanges.
Hollow axle uses a hybrid fastening system (a skewer with a steel nut on each end).
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Brand Information(click to expand)
 Hi-E stands for "High Efficiency", the company founded by Harlan Meyers was based out of Nashville, Tennessee.  
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