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How to: HUB IDENTIFICATION

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Hub Identification

This video help you to identifying what rear hub you might have on your bike. This information is useful for convertibility purposes as well as for preparing for service of DT Swiss rear hubs.

Do you need support or do you have further question to this topic? Please get in contact with your DT Swiss Service Center.

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  1. Dan
    November 13, 2018, 4:35 am

    Hi,

    I have a set of wheels with the following serial numbers on the hubs:

    Front: P1454783 156 DT F 1560
    Rear: P1498655 359 DTP F 1572

    Could you please tell me what type of hubs they are, and what bearings?

    Cheers

    • DT Swiss
      November 13, 2018, 11:59 am

      Hi Dan, the hubs are 240s road non disc. Rear wheel is built with 2 pcs bearing type 6902, article number HSBXXX00N1468S, size Ø15 / 28 x 7mm, front wheel is built with 2 pcs bearing type 6803, article number HSBXXX00N1548S, size Ø17 / 26 x 5mm. Best regards, Kai

  2. Jared
    November 09, 2018, 7:54 pm

    I just bought a new FR2020 front wheel for a project bike and was wondering if you could let me know more about it. I’m guessing it is an OEM wheel since I can’t find it in any of your catalogs. I really need to know which hub it uses and what the conversion options for it are for the hub so I can start looking for a new fork.

    Here is the number from the hub.

    P1507628 065 DTP F 4797

    Thanks!

    • DT Swiss
      November 12, 2018, 1:29 pm

      Hi Jared, it is a OE labeled hub but technically it is a 350 20×110 hub. Unfortunately there are no conversion kits available for this hub. Best regards, Kai

  3. Peter
    November 09, 2018, 6:20 pm

    I have a 2007 Trek Madone SL 5.5 with the original Bontrager Race Lite wheels. The hub is stamped with “253969 F.J”. I understand that it’s not possible to convert the 10-speed cassette to 11-speed, but would the Shimano CS-HG800 cassette be a viable work-around as you’ve recommended to others? If so, what’s different about the CS-HG800 whereas other 11-speed cassettes won’t work.
    Thanks

    • DT Swiss
      November 12, 2018, 3:54 pm

      Hi Peter, according to Shimano’s specifications on their website, the CS-HG800 11-speed cassette is designed to fit freehubs with 10 speed spacing. The cassette should physically fit your freehub, but the cassette may or may not have sufficient clearance from the drive-side spokes / flange on your wheel. I’d suggest having your local bike shop test fit this cassette to see if it might work for your wheels. Kind Regards, Andrew – DT Swiss USA

  4. Heidi S.
    November 02, 2018, 3:57 pm

    Thanks, Andrew & DT support staff, for the speedy response, precise detail, excellent customer service and amazing products!!

    • DT Swiss
      November 02, 2018, 5:10 pm

      Thanks for this great feedback. Have a nice weekend!

  5. Heidi S
    November 02, 2018, 3:32 pm

    Hello. I have a stock rear wheel from off a 2016 Giant Reign Advance using a DT Swiss M1700 Spline Two wheelset. Serial # P1476684YL 256 DTA N 3832

    Can you please tell me what model hub this is, and if upgrades are possible for it? I believe it is using the 18T rachet currently. One other thing I’m trying to determine is whether the hub bearings might need replacement, or the Freehub body’s bearings have gone bad as it is not spinning freely very well anymore.

    Cheers!

    • DT Swiss
      November 02, 2018, 3:45 pm

      Hello Heidi, thank you for the question and for the hub serial number. That is a 350-level hub, with 18T ratchets as the stock configuration. It can be upgraded to the 24T, 36T or 54T ratchet kits. The hub shell uses two 6902 series bearings (HSBXXX00N1468S). If the bearings in the freehub are worn, we recommend replacing the entire freehub. The replacement Shimano freehub part number is HWRABX00S1074S. Kind Regards, Andrew – DT Swiss USA

  6. Mark Neville Labit
    November 02, 2018, 7:31 am

    May I know what kind of hub does my stock canyon wheeleset hub for rear? Is this boost?

    P1776723 180 DTP N 10009251

    • DT Swiss
      November 02, 2018, 2:42 pm

      Hello Mark, thank you for the question and for the hub serial number. That is a 240s-level rear hub, and its design is specific to our 1501 line of MTB wheels. The axle spacing is 12x142mm, and this hub cannot be converted to boost (12x148mm). Kind Regards, Andrew – DT Swiss USA

  7. Manel Rodriguez de la Calle
    October 31, 2018, 1:00 pm

    I have a pair of dt swiss erc dicut 1100 db thru axle. The story is that the rotor (where the gearbox is placed) is a little bit touched and I’d like to replace it.
    Do you know what freehub I’d need to replace the old one? My groupset is a Dura Ace 9100 11s.
    Thank you.

    • DT Swiss
      November 01, 2018, 2:42 pm

      Hi Manel, the right freehub body you need for this wheel has articlenumber HWRCBL00S2799S.
      Best regards, Kai

  8. Valtteri
    October 29, 2018, 7:09 pm

    Hello,

    I have a set of Enve XC wheels with DT 240s hubs, front and rear, 6-bolt disc.

    The current front hub is with 5 mm QR end caps and I am looking forward to convert it to 12/100 mm for gravel use.

    The front hub serial number is P1279731 135 DT F 2144. What are the right end caps for the front hub?

    • DT Swiss
      October 30, 2018, 3:36 pm

      Hi Valtteri, this is the 240s Oversize hub, it can not be converted to 12/100. Best regards, Kai

  9. Simon
    October 28, 2018, 3:07 pm

    Hey there , could you pelase tell me what hub I have?

    SN: P1527722YL 457 DTA N 3832

    • DT Swiss
      October 29, 2018, 1:45 pm

      Hi Simon, this is a 350 Straight Pull hub, 12x142mm, 6 Bolt, 28 holes.
      Best regards, Kai

  10. Alex
    October 21, 2018, 3:33 pm

    Hi,

    I have a DT Swiss E 1850 SPLINE wheelset (I believe custom made for Canyon). The Serial numbers are:

    Front: P1704575 374 DTP N 7669
    Rear: P1629219TU 071 DTA N 6492

    Could you please tell me which exact model these are (preferably with a link to the service manual)? Also, the part number for the correct torque caps would be highly appreciated.
    Thanks!

  11. Jake Nickless
    October 18, 2018, 3:45 pm

    Please can you let me know the bearing sizes and part numbers for a rear 2016 DT swiss R23 BD Sline rear wheel. Kind Regards Jake

    • DT Swiss
      October 19, 2018, 10:51 am

      Hi Jake, article number is HSBXXX00N1468S, bearing type is 6902 and size is Ø15 / 28 x 7mm.
      Best regards, Kai

  12. Ian Thomson
    October 15, 2018, 11:20 am

    I have 4 DT swiss hubs, with serial numbers as follows:
    P1777161 181 DTP N 10010858
    P1693145 184 DTP N 10010851
    These are marked 240S, and are centre lock disc, straight pull, thru axle.

    P1502147UB 357 DTA PF 6747
    P1526464TI 552 DTA N 7575
    These are not marked as DT swiss, but are on a Giant propel SL1 wheelset, rim brake, quick release, and I believe are DT swiss.

    Can you tell me the part numbers for the bearings for all 4 please?

    Thanks

    • DT Swiss
      October 15, 2018, 3:53 pm

      Hello Ian,

      Thank you for the hub serial numbers. Here are the hub shell bearing sizes:

      P1777161 181 DTP N 10010858 – QTY 2: 6803 series bearings.
      P1693145 184 DTP N 10010851 – QTY 1: 6802, QTY 1: 1526 series bearings.

      The following two hubs are 370-level custom OEM hubs (made by DT Swiss).

      P1502147UB 357 DTA PF 6747 – QTY 2: 6900 series bearings.
      P1526464TI 552 DTA N 7575 – QTY1 : 6802, QTY 1: 6902 series bearings.

      Bearing part numbers:

      1526: HSBXXX00N3741S
      6802: HSBXXX00N1244S
      6803: HSBXXX00N1548S
      6900: HSBXXX00N4085S
      6902: HSBXXX00N1468S

      Your preferred local bike shop will be able to order these bearings for you. Kind Regards, Andrew – DT Swiss USA

  13. petr
    October 10, 2018, 9:41 pm

    can it be used for safe operation?
    star ratchet.
    can you send a photo?
    M

    • DT Swiss
      October 15, 2018, 12:55 pm

      Hi Petr, Unfortunately not clear what exactly you want to know, please be more specific. Best regards, Kai

  14. PIM
    October 10, 2018, 7:33 pm

    Hi DT Swiss Team

    Could you help identify my two hubs, so I can get the correct service manuals for future reference please, can the serial number help determine the year of manufacture also?
    P1627092 468 DTP N 10009239
    P1637157 467 DTP N 10009255
    Any extra information you can supply would be appreciated

  15. Tim Smith
    October 09, 2018, 6:54 pm

    Thanks for the information. Can you confirm how many spoke holes and what the axle diameter is of my DT 240S hub. Front = P1272743 132 DT F 1573? Thank you!

    • DT Swiss
      October 10, 2018, 3:45 pm

      Hi Tim, that serial number is coming up as a non-disc QR 16 hole front hub. I.E. 5x100mm non-disc front axle compatibility. Kind Regards, Andrew – DT Swiss USA

  16. Tom
    October 04, 2018, 7:27 pm

    Hi DT,

    Will I be able to convert my front X1700 29″ 20mm wide, 15mm thru axle to a 12mmx100mm setup? If so which conversion kit should I choose?
    Hoping to convert and use it on my gravel bike.

    • DT Swiss
      October 04, 2018, 8:14 pm

      Hi Tom, thank you for the question. If your front X1700 hub is 15x100mm currently, it is possible to convert this hub to 12x100mm with the following endcap kit: HWGXXX00S6885S. Kind Regards, Andrew – DT Swiss USA

  17. Alex
    October 04, 2018, 1:03 pm

    Hi DT Swiss Team

    Could you help identify my two hubs, so I can get the correct service manuals for future reference please, can the serial number help determine the year of manufacture also?
    P1281342YL 139 DTA N 3251
    P1281233UB 138 DTA N 3123
    The hubs are laced to RC46H rims, any extra information you can supply would be appreciated

    Regards Alex

    • DT Swiss
      October 04, 2018, 3:45 pm

      Hi Alex, thank you for the question and the hub serial numbers. Those are 350-level hubs, and the serial number indicates the year of manufacture as 2013. The manual to reference would be for the ratchet hubs, located here: https://www.dtswiss.com/en/support/manuals/ . Kind Regards, Andrew – DT Swiss USA

  18. Tim Smith
    October 02, 2018, 11:53 am

    Hi there,

    Trying to find the specifications for my DT 240S hubs. Front = P1272743 132 DT F 1573
    Rear = Powertap G3 for Enve 8.9

    • DT Swiss
      October 02, 2018, 3:34 pm

      Hi Tim, thanks for the question. We do not have any information on the Powertap G3 hub (we did not produce that one), but your front hub is a 240s nondisc hub with 6803 bearings. Kind Regards, Andrew – DT Swiss USA

  19. Scott Fuller
    October 01, 2018, 4:12 am

    Can you tell me the specifications of my hub please? P1236760 227 DT P 4682.

    Thank you,
    Scott

    • DT Swiss
      October 01, 2018, 3:26 pm

      Hi Scott, thanks for the question. That is a 350 hub, 12x150mm, 32 hole. Kind Regards, Andrew – DT Swiss USA

  20. Chaz
    September 25, 2018, 11:25 pm

    Hi,
    I am trying to ID my front hub. Cannot tell if it is Road or MTB version. Hoping to convert to 12×100 TA

    S/N = P1561938 166 DTP 4683

    Thanks!

    • DT Swiss
      September 26, 2018, 3:51 pm

      Hi Chaz, thanks for the comment and the hub serial number. That particular hub is a QR-only version which cannot be converted to thru axle. Kind Regards, Andrew – DT Swiss USA

  21. Luc Pelletier
    September 25, 2018, 2:16 am

    Hi,

    I have two sets of wheels with 15mm DT swiss front hub (straight pull). Could you help me identify them (road or mtb) and tell me if there’s a conversion kit available to go down to 12mm?

    Giant CXR-1 Hub sn: P1457411TU 251 DTA PF 3380
    DT Swiss 350: P1843275YL 380 DTA N 4953

    Thanks in advance

    • DT Swiss
      September 25, 2018, 3:50 pm

      Hello Luc, thank you for the serial numbers. The first hub (CXR-1) is an OEM road hub that has 240s-style internals. The 12mm conversion endcap kit would be HWGXXX00S7000S. The 350 hub is not road or MTB specific and can be converted to 12x100mm with endcap kit HWGXXX00S6885S. Kind Regards, Andrew – DT Swiss USA

  22. Daniel Jones
    September 11, 2018, 4:15 pm

    Hi, trying to determine if I have a mtb or road rear hub. Serial no. p1275507 DT F 3330
    Thanks!

    • DT Swiss
      September 12, 2018, 8:28 am

      Hello Daniel,

      thank you for the hub serial number. That hub is a MTB 240s 6-bolt hub, which came from the factory with a XD freehub.

      Kind Regards, Andrew – DT Swiss USA.

  23. Mark
    September 07, 2018, 6:30 pm

    So I have 350 hubs, tell me why you would you not just put in a 54 tooth rachet and be done with it? It has much better engagement and no extra materials involved. I believe I have 18 tooth rachet currently, well?

    • DT Swiss
      September 07, 2018, 10:01 pm

      Hi Mark,
      thank you for the feedback. The choice of ratchets really depends on the riding application, and the rider’s preference. The 18t ratchets are the lowest maintenance, and they are also the choice for many road riders & commuters where quick engagement is not a necessity. We recently released 24t ratchets as well. For technical mountain biking, the 36t or 54t ratchets are a good choice for quicker engagement. One other factor is the higher engagement ratchets tend to be a bit louder when coasting (which some riders prefer, while others prefer a quieter system).
      Kind Regards, Andrew – DT Swiss USA

  24. Carlos
    September 07, 2018, 5:37 am

    Hi,

    I have a XR 1501 Spline One 29 wheelset (622×20) that came stock on my 2016 BMC Fourstroke. I have looked almost everywhere with no luck to find the ERD of the rims. I also would like to know if for sure the ratchet is a 36t. I would love to upgrade both and not loose the hubs since they are perfect!!!

    • DT Swiss
      September 07, 2018, 6:01 pm

      Hello Carlos,

      thank you for the question. With an inner rim width of 20mm, the rim on your wheelset is the XR331 rim, which has an ERD of 606mm (29”). This wheel comes stock with 36t star ratchets, but this is easy to verify by counting the number of “clicks” the freehub makes in 360 degrees of rotation.

      Kind Regards, Andrew – DT Swiss USA

  25. Mark
    September 07, 2018, 3:16 am

    What kind of hubs do I have?
    P1485120YL DTA N 3834 – rear
    P1462614TU 252 DTA N 3830 – front

    • DT Swiss
      September 07, 2018, 6:03 pm

      Hello Mark,

      thank you for the serial numbers. Those are 350-level hubs.

      Kind Regards, Andrew – DT Swiss USA

  26. guy
    August 28, 2018, 3:17 pm

    I have the XMC1200 wheelset, I believe they are the 240s CL SP hubs 17mm axle. The front is 15×100 and wanted to know if there was a compatible conversion kit to 12x100mm for gravel bike (HWGXXX00S7000S) Is there any difference between the road and mtb hub versions as I can’t find a kit specifically for the mtb hubs

    • DT Swiss
      August 29, 2018, 8:21 am

      Hello Guy,
      thanks for the question. To convert the front XMC1200 15x100mm hub to 12x100mm, you will need the following endcap kit: HWGXXX00S7564S. The kit you mentioned works for our 240s “Fifteen” front hubs and will not fit the special 240s hub on the XMC1200’s.

      Kind Regards, Andrew – DT Swiss USA

  27. Ben B
    August 24, 2018, 5:16 am

    Hi,

    Can you tell me what hub I have and the parts needed to convert this to 142×12? And the bearings I need for service?

    Also, can I change this to the 54t ratchet?

    S/N: P1076745 294 DT P 1977

    Thanks

    • DT Swiss
      August 24, 2018, 3:56 pm

      Hello Ben,

      thank you for the question and the hub serial number. That is a 240s 6-bolt 32 hole rear hub. To convert it to 12x142mm thru-axle, with the stock Shimano 10 speed freehub, you will need endcap kit HWGXXX0002193C. The hub uses two 6902 series bearings in the hub shell, and yes, you can upgrade to 54t star ratchets. The kit part number is HWTXXX00NSK54S.

      Kind Regards, Andrew – DT Swiss USA

  28. Nathan
    August 22, 2018, 8:32 am

    Hi

    curious of the model of my hubs as looking to do a service on them and basic instructions would be handy haha

    Front S/N: P1574887ZY 265 DTA N 7669
    Rear S/N: P1594260ZY 266 DTA N 6824

    Thanks

  29. Tom
    August 17, 2018, 7:32 am

    Hi,

    I have a front DT 240 hub, trying to identify if it can be converted to 20×110 or 20×100 and which end caps to use?

    Serial#: P1480469 350 DTP F 2302

    Do you have a serial number checking tool that would allow customers to find the part #?

    Thanks!

    • DT Swiss
      August 17, 2018, 4:19 pm

      Hello Tom,
      thank you for the question and the hub serial number. That is a 240s Oversize hub, and it can convert to 20x110mm axle spacing (non-boost) with the following endcap kit: HWYXXX00S2480S.
      We do not have a serial number checking tool, but that is a great suggestion.

      Kind Regards, Andrew – DT Swiss USA

  30. Paul ten Donkelaar
    August 16, 2018, 8:55 pm

    Hi
    Looking for my HUB type, serienr: P1601296TI 363 DTA N 6492
    Kind regards, Paul

    • DT Swiss
      August 17, 2018, 10:51 am

      Hi Paul,

      this is a 370 3-pawl hub that we use for our 1900 mtb wheel series.
      Since this hub is not available as a component, you will not find it in the Spoke Calculator.
      In case you need further technical support (like i.e. spoke calculation) please write to service@dtswiss.com

      Best regards,

      Kai – DT Swiss Service Center Switzerland

  31. Tommy
    August 14, 2018, 11:18 pm

    Hi there,
    I have Giant SLR 1 wheels with DT Swiss , 2 pawl , 10 speed , QR hubs for Shimano. I want to fit a replacement rotor for 11 spd. What is the correct replacement rotor, 350 or 370 and where can I buy one please. I am in Ireland.
    Thank you

    • DT Swiss
      August 15, 2018, 4:11 pm

      Hello Tommy,
      thank you for the question. Unfortunately, there is not a 11 speed road freehub option for your 2-pawl hub. However, a good work-around is to run a 11 speed Shimano Dynasis cassette on your current freehub (which will be compatible). For example, the Shimano CS-HG800 11-34 Dynasis cassette is a good option that would fit on your current 10 speed freehub.

      Kind Regards, Andrew – DT Swiss USA

  32. petr
    August 14, 2018, 1:09 pm

    hi i would like to ask. I have a 1501 spline wheel on the hub is a red field and “1” as described as a 240th shift bearing (24x15x5 + 26x15x7) and there is no pad between the walnut bearing and the gear wheel (4 Pass-Scheibe DIN 988 lxrxxx001083). thank you P

    • DT Swiss
      August 14, 2018, 4:06 pm

      Hello Petr,
      thank you for the inquiry. I would suggest checking out the hub manual for your 240s hub on our website. Please see: https://www.dtswiss.com/en/support/manuals/. Under “Hubs, Technical Manual”, please select “Hubs Technical Manual Ratchet”. Your preferred local bike shop or distributor can order whatever parts you need for your hub. The shim ring that sits on the drive-side bearing, under the ring nut, is part number HCDXXX00S3895S. It is possible for this piece to fall off the hub during star-ratchet service by mistake.

      Kind Regards, Andrew – DT Swiss USA

  33. neil millsop
    August 13, 2018, 12:04 pm

    Hi I have a wheelset built onto DT Onyx 2 pawl hubs(circa 2002 vintage) which are great and on their second set of rims, I now want to use them on an 11 spd set up but they currently have a 10spd freehub. Is there a replacement 11 spd freehub available for these. They are 9mm QR wheels and I don’t want to change the axle standard just the freehub?

    • DT Swiss
      August 13, 2018, 4:10 pm

      Hello Neil,
      thank you for the inquiry. Unfortunately, there is not a 11 speed road freehub option for the Onyx hub. However, a good work-around is to run a 11 speed Shimano Dynasis cassette on your current freehub (which will be compatible). For example, the Shimano CS-HG800 11-34 Dyansis cassette is a good option that would fit on your current 10 speed freehub.

      Kind Regards, Andrew – DT Swiss USA

  34. Håkan Holm
    August 11, 2018, 8:07 am

    Hi. I have a set of R1900 with Shimano 10 speed hub. I would like to upgrade to 11 speed. Is it working? The serial number P1202459 025 DT PF 4343.

    Håkan

    • DT Swiss
      August 13, 2018, 4:26 pm

      Hello Håkan,
      thank you for the question and for your hub serial number. Unfortunately, there is not a 11 speed road freehub option for your hub. However, a good work-around is to run a 11 speed Shimano Dynasis cassette on your current freehub (which will be compatible). For example, the Shimano CS-HG800 11-34 Dyansis cassette is a good option that would fit on your current 10 speed freehub.

      Kind Regards, Andrew – DT Swiss USA

  35. Kjetil Larsen
    August 05, 2018, 5:47 pm

    Hi, I have a set of FFWD wheels with DT Swiss 190 ceramic 10 speed hub. I would like to upgrade to 11 speed. Road, non-disc.

    I have not managed to find if my hub has the “3 pawl system”, and hence if the two linked products would fit:

    -https://www.totalcycling.com/en/DT-Swiss-11-Speed-Freehub-body-converts-Shimano-9–10-speed-hub/m-9644.aspx

    -https://bikeshop.no/sykkelkomponenter/hjul/tilbehør/konverteringskit/dt-swiss-3-pallers-boss-konverteringskit-fra-10-til-11-delt-boss-hwyabm00s6151s-p0000085556

    Preferably I want to use the kit from Norway (the second link). Will any of the the two linked products fit?

    Regards
    Kjetil

    • DT Swiss
      August 06, 2018, 4:35 pm

      Hello Kjetil,

      thank you for the question. If the hubs are 190 ceramic hubs, then they would have our star ratchet system. The conversion kit needed for 11 speed road would be HWYABX00S2775S, and this kit includes a drive-side 5mm QR endcap for non-disc road usage. That said, we have made a wide range of hubs for FFWD, so we would need the hub serial number to provide precise information. You may send this information to us directly at info.us@dtswiss.com.

      Kind Regards,

      Andrew – DT Swiss USA.

  36. mark james
    July 31, 2018, 10:58 pm

    Hi I have a pair of DT Swiss R23 Spline wheels that came standard on my Focus paralane, set up to be thru axle. However I would like to convert them to QR for use on another bike.
    Can you tell me what hub adaptors I need? I couldnt find them in the guide as this refers to specific hubs and I dont know what they are on the R23 spline wheelset.
    Thanks

    • DT Swiss
      August 02, 2018, 8:54 am

      Hello Mark,
      thank you for the question. The front endcaps required are HWGXXX00S3801S for 5x100mm spacing. For the rear hub, with a Shimano 11 speed road freehub, the required endcaps are HWGXXX0006383S for 5x135mm spacing. Your preferred local bike shop can order these parts from our distributors.

      Kind Regards, Andrew – DT Swiss USA.

  37. Matt
    July 24, 2018, 10:20 pm

    Thanks Andrew,

    Emailed the serial number but thought I would also add it here:

    P1599291DTA 265 DTA PF 6319.

    Regards,

    Matt

  38. Matt
    July 23, 2018, 11:28 pm

    A previous response suggested 12x100mm end caps for 240 hub is via kit HWGXXX00S7000S.

    Is this kit suitable for both centerlock and 6 bolt hubs?

    My spline xr1501 wheels from 2014 are 6 bolt and I would like to use on a gravel bike.

    • DT Swiss
      July 24, 2018, 4:14 pm

      Hi Matt, there are actually several versions of 240s front hubs which require different kits, but I do believe HWGXXX00S7000S is the correct kit for your particular hub. We can verify this using your hub serial number, if you’d like to email it to info.us@dtswiss.com. Also, if you remove one of your current hub endcaps, and measure the OD (outer diameter) of the hub’s internal axle, it should measure 18mm. If this is the case, the above endcap kit will fit the hub.

      Kind Regards,
      Andrew – DT Swiss USA.

  39. Haro
    July 18, 2018, 6:51 am

    I have a rear 240 12×142 32-hole center lock hub id #
    p1457009 157 DT F 2310 is this hub authentic dt hub.?
    I also have a front hub 15×100 center lock hub 32-hole id# p1770242 570 DTP F 2463
    Are these hubs authentic dt swiss hubs?
    Bought them on Amazon

    • DT Swiss
      July 18, 2018, 3:56 pm

      Hello Haro, thank you for the question. Yes, those are valid DT Swiss serial numbers for those specification hubs.

      Kind Regards,
      Andrew – DT Swiss USA.

  40. Leardo
    July 17, 2018, 2:08 pm

    Hi – I have an older bike with and XTR 8 speed cassette, will that fit on the DT Swiss 240s Non Disc MTB HR-Hub?

    Many thanks
    Leardo

    • DT Swiss
      July 17, 2018, 4:52 pm

      Hi Leardo,

      thank you for the question. Yes, 8/9/10/11 speed Shimano MTB cassettes will all fit on the same style Dyna-Sys Shimano freehub. So yes, your 8- speed XTR cassette will fit on that 240s hub with a Shimano freehub.

      Kind Regards,
      Andrew – DT Swiss USA

  41. Krzysztof
    July 10, 2018, 7:55 pm

    Hi,
    I need information about type hubs which I have in bike, canyon from 2015(I thinks wheels are DT Swiss R23 Spline).
    Front is:
    P1306876 239 dt n 4928
    Back is:
    P1_06016fj 237 dta n 3528
    The “_” can not read missing part of paint.
    It is a possibility to change the bearings in this hubs?

    BR:
    Krzysztof

    • DT Swiss
      July 13, 2018, 11:45 am

      Hello Krzysztof, thank you for the question. Based those serial numbers, those are 370-style hubs. The front hub uses two 6000 series bearings. The rear hub uses two 6902 series bearings in the hub shell. It is possible to replace the bearings. Your local bike shop can perform this service, and the manual for your hubs may be found on our website: https://www.dtswiss.com/en/support/manuals/. (“Hubs, Hubs Technical Manual Pawl”).

      Kind Regards,
      Andrew – DT Swiss USA

  42. Cliffhanger
    July 10, 2018, 2:59 am

    Hi,
    I have 2 pairs of Xentis wheels, Mark 1 and Mark 1 TT that I bought off Ebay. I believe they were built with DT Swiss 240s. How do I check if they are 10 or 11 speed? Thanks

  43. Cliffhanger
    July 09, 2018, 7:36 am

    Hi,
    I have 2 pairs of Xentis wheels; Mark 1 and Mark 1 TT both with DT Swiss hubs. I believe they are the 240s. How may I check if they are 11 speed compatible or do I have to replace the freehub with 11 speed ones? Thanks

    • DT Swiss
      July 13, 2018, 11:42 am

      Hello Cliffhanger, thanks for the question. I’m not familiar with that model of wheel, but 11 speed Road-compatible DT Swiss freehubs will always be laser-etched “11 Speed Road” on the freehub itself. For more detailed information, please send the complete serial numbers of your hubs to info.us@dtswiss.com.

      Kind Regards,
      Andrew – DT Swiss USA.

  44. Alessandro
    July 04, 2018, 11:35 am

    Hi
    I have to change my hub but I don’t know how to identify it. I have a R 24 Spline wheel (year of the bike is 2015) and the serial number of the rear hub (no quick release) is P1388705FJ 446 DTA N 3681. I have Shimano 105 11s CS-5800 (11-32), which hub I need?

    Thanks,
    Alessandro

    • DT Swiss
      July 04, 2018, 12:38 pm

      Dear Alessandro,

      the hub of this wheel is not available as a single part, we use it for our system wheels only.

      You can replace it by a 350 straightpull hub with 130mm built-in width and 24 holes.
      Alternatively you can get in touch with the service center in your country to have the hub/wheel repaired.

      Kind regards,

      Kai
      DT Swiss

  45. Vesa
    June 28, 2018, 9:46 am

    Ok,sorry. Here is hole serials, p1442304 152 dt f 3418 and p1443917 154 dt f 3360. Hub has text DT Swiss 1

    • DT Swiss
      June 28, 2018, 1:17 pm

      p1442304 152 dt f 3418 is a 240 Straightpull hub with 12/142 mm.

      p1443917 154 dt f 3360 is a 240 Straightpull hub with 15/100 mm.

  46. Vesa
    June 27, 2018, 10:08 pm

    Hello! Can you tell me what hubs I have? Serial numbers are p1442304 and p1443917

    • DT Swiss
      June 28, 2018, 9:28 am

      Hi Vesa,

      to identify your hub by the serial number we need the whole number. Example: P1337534 FJR530 DTA N 4483 (the last four numbers are significant).

      Kind regards,

      Sandro
      DT Swiss

  47. Ken
    June 19, 2018, 1:40 am

    Hi
    I have Dt swiss Tricon R 1700 tubeless Etro 622 x 15 700mm which came with my 2011 Giant Defy Advanced Ultegra. They have performed fabulously over the years, solid and true.
    I am trying to identify the hubs in order to determine what parts I will need for complete overhaul , as well as tools. The free hub body, ratchets, bearings etc.
    The front hub serial number is P 1108612 109 DT P 4802.
    The rear hub serial number is P 1114130 108 DT P 4803.
    Both are DT quick release. The end cap is 19/10mm and QR is 4.5mm
    If you need any more info let me know.
    I am located in Ottawa Canada. Who would be the nearest DT rep.
    Thanks
    Ken

    • DT Swiss
      June 20, 2018, 8:20 am

      Hi Ken,

      Thank you for the question and for including your hub serial numbers. Your hubs are 350 star-ratchet hubs. The front hub uses qty. 2 6000 series bearings, and the rear hub uses qty. 2 6902 series bearings in the hub shell. The service manual for your hubs can be found on our website at the following link: https://www.dtswiss.com/en/support/manuals/. Look under the “Hubs” section, and select “Hubs technical manual ratchet”. Our distributor in Canada is Outdoor Gear Canada, so your preferred local bike shop will be able to order all of the needed service parts from this distributor. Please also see: https://www.dtswiss.com/en/dt-swiss/contact/distributors/https://www.dtswiss.com/en/support/manuals/.

      If you have any other questions, feel free to contact us directly at info.us@dtswiss.com.

      Kind Regards,
      Andrew – DT Swiss USA

  48. charlie
    May 21, 2018, 12:57 am

    I have a dt swiss wheel that I am trying to find out what hub it is to buy replacement parts. The serial number of the hub is p1386143 344 DT N 3832 and it came on a 2014 canyon nerve al with a
    xm401 29″ rim. how Is it possible to identify it ? many thanks

    • DT Swiss
      May 22, 2018, 3:50 pm

      Hi Charlie,

      thank you for the question and for the hub serial number. Your hub is a DT Swiss 350 straightpull 12x142mm mountain hub. So, standard DT Swiss 240s and 350 hub parts will work with your hub. Your preferred local bike shop will be able to order replacement parts direct from our distributors. Should you have any other questions or need some specific part numbers, please feel free to email us directly at info.us@dtswiss.com.

      Best Regards,
      Andrew – DT Swiss USA

  49. Chris Sinclair
    May 06, 2018, 8:36 pm

    Hi I have a Giant wheelset – P-TRX-1 (2014) and I’m trying to identify what it is / what parts are available, etc?.
    Can you help?

    • DT Swiss
      May 08, 2018, 8:20 am

      Hi Chris,

      it depends on your wheel size.

      29″:
      – 240 Straightpull DBIS
      – Aerocomp
      – Aluminum nipple Prolock
      – EX 480 Tubeless rim with (Tricon-rim)
      – Custom decals

      27.5″:
      – 240 Straightpull DBIS
      – Aerocomp
      – Aluminum nipple Prolock
      – EX 480 rim
      – Custom decals

      I hope it helps. If you have ohter questions do not hesitate to contact us again.

      Best regards,

      Sandro
      DT Swiss

  50. Brandon Tyler
    May 06, 2018, 1:44 pm

    I really like the details and smallest things you have mentioned. Some of these ideas already have me thinking of what my next hub will be like. Thank you so much for sharing this remarkable source of inspiration.

  51. Chris Leven
    May 04, 2018, 1:20 pm

    Is it possible to convert an XM1501 15×110 front wheel to 15×100 or is the hub shell too wide?

    Thanks!

    • DT Swiss
      May 04, 2018, 1:34 pm

      Hi Chris,

      as you already detected it is not possible to convert a boost hub to non-boost dimension, because of the different hub shell width.

      Best regards,

      Sandro
      DT Swiss

  52. Albert Pangilinan
    April 29, 2018, 2:36 pm

    Hi, I have a DT Swiss XM 1501 Spline Wheelset which I bought in 2014. They are straight pull and have the 1 DT Swiss decal on the Hub. I was wondering what type of hub are these and if the front hub is convertible to the 12×100 TA?

    • DT Swiss
      April 30, 2018, 3:32 pm

      Hello Albert,

      thank you for the question. The hubs found in your wheelset are 240s level hubs. To convert the front hub to 12x100mm through axle, the following endcap kit is needed: HWGXXX00S7000S. These endcaps will fit a 240s hub with a 18mm outer diameter internal hub axle. Your preferred local bike shop will be able to order this endcap kit for you from our distributors.

      Regards, Andrew – DT Swiss USA.

  53. Andrew
    April 21, 2018, 12:53 pm

    Thanks Kai

    With the help of Port Melbourne Cycles I have made the change and it is working perfectly. Dishing not affected.

  54. Andrew Nicholls
    April 13, 2018, 1:38 am

    I have XRC 1200 SPLINE 29 12mm x 142mm that I want to make interchangeable with my ERC 1400 SPLINE db47 12mm x 142mm. I am running 11 speed SRAM road gearing so I need to replace the standard 10 speed hub rotor on the XRC with an 11 speed rotor . Can you please tell me what hub rotor and caps do I need? The 2018 Techbook lists HWRABX00S2775S and HWGXX0006333S as being standard on the ERC1400 spline DB. Will they fit the XRC 1200 hub? The hubs look the same and the ERC 1400 rotor seems to fit when I swapped it to the XRC 1200 hub. I cannot find the parts HWRABX00S2775S and HWGXX0006333S for sale anywhere – can I buy them from DT Swiss directly?

    • DT Swiss
      April 16, 2018, 11:40 am

      Dear Andrew,

      the use of 11 speed road freehub bodies and cassettes on MTB wheels is basically not intended and therefore not mentioned as a conversion on our tables.
      The reason is the shape of the 11 speed road cassettes which can cause interferences with the hubshell and/or spokes.

      There are certain wheels on which 11 speed road freehub body and cassettes can be mounted without interferences but this has to be tested and verified individually on each wheel by the owner before its use.
      It lies within the full responsibility of the owner/user to ride above mentioned combination.

      DT Swiss does not distribute spare parts directly to consumers, please get in touch with your local dealer or the DT Swiss distributor in your country.

      Best regards,

      Kai
      DT Swiss

  55. max gill
    April 07, 2018, 7:57 pm

    my dt swiss rear hub number is S) 1237 K.E. Where would i find info on how to regrease?

  56. Fernando Escobar
    November 05, 2017, 3:22 am

    I have a dt swiss xr 1501 wheelset, 110×15 boost front and 12×142 rear, wich hub sould i buy to make the rear wheel boost compatible with out having to change spokes

    • DT Swiss
      November 06, 2017, 8:51 am

      Hi Fernando,

      it isn’t possible to convert a non-boost hub to boost one, because the hub shell is different.

      Kind regards,

      Sandro
      DT Swiss

  57. Barry Jones
    September 13, 2017, 10:19 pm

    I have a DT Swiss / Bontrager Rear Hub that I would like to upgrade to 11 speed. I want to make sure I purchase the correct one. If I was to give you the markings on the hub would you be able to tell me the correct one I would need? L76178 454 DT 210249 N.

    Thanks in advance.
    Barry

  58. wayne Bullock
    January 16, 2017, 2:43 pm

    Hi Dt Swiss

    I’m currently using your xr1501 2016-17 wheel set and I’m after another wheel set to run on the same bike. Would I be able to use your x1700 wheel set without having to adjust the gears so it would be a straight swap of wheels. Also do all the 142mm spline 1 hubs have the same dimensions so you could swap between xr and xm wheelsets without issues with gears

    Many Thanks

    • DT Swiss
      January 16, 2017, 3:09 pm

      Hi Wayne,

      yes, it’s possible to get the same axle dimension on the X 1700 SPLINE wheels like on the XR 1501 SPLINE ONE. The hub axle system is 12/142mm and you can equip with a shimano or a sram freehub body.

      Best regards,

      DT Swiss

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