Shimano Deore HB-M6000, SLX HB-M7000 100mm Front hub

Add this hub to your bench

Hub Data
Manufacturer Shimano
Model Deore HB-M6000, SLX HB-M7000
Descriptor
Position Front
Axle Type 9mm
OLN 100 mm
Spoke Interface Type J-Bend
Brake Compatibility disc, Centerlock
Drive Interface n/a (front)
Internal Gearing none
Dynamo Type none
Spoke Hole Diameter 2.6 mm
Left Flange Diameter 44 mm
Right Flange Diameter 44 mm
Left Flange Offset 23 mm
Right Flange Offset 34.2 mm
Mid-Flange Offset 5.6 mm (to the right)
Weight 185 g
URL https://bike.shimano.com/en-EU/product/c...
Metadata
Hub ID 413
Record Status Public
Created Nov 3, 2018 1:13pm
Contributed By
hub dimension diagram
PLEASE NOTE: Shimano publishes hub dimensions in a relatively confusing manner on bike.shimano.com. They seem to provide the outside-to-outside flange spacing, and an overall offset of the flanges as a whole. Wheelbuilders are interested in the distance from the midpoint between locknut faces to the middle of the flange (not the inside or outside face). When necessary, I convert Shimano's data into useful spoke calculation dimensions with some simple arithmetic, and factor in 3mm thick hub flanges (an approximation). The formula is to divide spacing by two, add or subtract the overall offset, then subtract half of our assumed 3mm flange thickness. Please check the notes to see if the values for this part are derived from Shimano's published data or actual measurements of a hub specimen. -Karl
11/5/18 -- User submission. -Karl
------
3/9/19 -- A user emailed in that the submitted flange offsets looked funny, so I recalculated them using Shimano's published data. Note that the flange spacing Shimano specifies appears to always be outside to outside. I've subtracted 1.5mm from each side based on an assumed flange thickness of 3mm. Confirmation that these derived numbers do indeed match an actual hub would be very much welcomed. -Karl
------
1/10/2020 -- these values also match the SLX HB-M7000. Claimed weight between the two is only a few grams different. I'm adding the M7000 to this model name rather than having a nearly duplicate entry. -Karl
part image