I just took a look at the UDC spoke calculator measurements and it says the:
Suzue hub flange width is 62mm with a 63.9 diameter.
UDC CrMo “Wide” cotterless flange width and diameter are 71.5mm and 56.2mm
QU-AX cotterless flange width and diameter are 66mm and 50mm
The URC cotterless hub is not listed on the spoke calculator drop-down menu. I checked the Unarota website and they do not specify the actual flange spacing, but do say in their general hub info that all of their hubs are “around” 68mm. However, the photo of their cotterless hub makes the spacing look closer to UDC’s spacing rather than QU-AX’s spacing.
I still need to measure my frame, but based on these measurements and what I’ve observed with spacing for the Suzue hub, I think the QU-AX hub might be my best bet if I decide to go with a new hub.
Either way, I’d still be curious to hear if any users around here have a Suzue hub they’d like to get rid of.
For what I remember the distance between bearings on Suzue was 90mm.
I knew only the hub used on freestyle and I do not know how large was the one used for Muni,
The URC aquare hub distance between flange is 62 (outer faces)
I do not suggest a square tapered hub for MUNI.
I have seen many bent ot broken from all brands.
Thank you both. Based on that measurement, the URC does seem like it might be a good bet for this frame.
I think the bearings spacing on the Suzue hubs for which the old Pashley MUnis were built is 96 or 97 mm center-to-center. There’s enough flex in the frame forks that I expect 100 mm will work fine. It’s just the flange spacing that can cause issues because of the weird shape of the lollipop bearing housings.
I am using the term Muni lightly here. My usage is more gravel, light trail riding, and no real drops.