Torch Series Tech Videos

 
 

Front Hub Service and Endcap Swap

Learn how to service your front torch mountain hubs / wheels. Applicable to all mountain/fatbike hubs purchased after Jan 1 2013 to present. ISO 6 bolt shown, same process for Centerlock

Applicable to Torch Series:

 

  • System and Classic Hubs
  • Front 100mm
  • Front Boost
  • Fatbike Front

 

  • ISO 6 Bolt
  • Centerlock Classic
  • Note: Bearings vary, Process is the same

Rear Hub Service, Freehub removal and endcap swap

Visual guide to removing endcaps, freehub bodies, and hub rebuild. Applicable to all Torch Series mountain and fatbike hubs purchased after Jan 1 2013 to Present. This includes system wheels, classic ISO 6 bolt and Centerlock hubs. 

Applicable to Torch Series:

  • System and Classic Hubs
  • Rear 135mm hubs
  • Rear 142mm hubs
  • Rear 148mm hubs
  • Rear  150/ 157mm
  •  Superboost
  • Rear Single Speed
  • Rear170/ 177mm
  • Rear 190/ 197mm
  • ISO 6 Bolt
  • Centerlock Classic
  • Note: Bearings vary, Process is the same

Identifying torch vs legacy hubs

Key Points in identifying the differences between the current Torch series and our 1 gen Legacy Series


  • Anything pre 2013 is Legacy
  • Post Jan 1, 2013 is Torch
  • Identifies Legacy Enduro Hubs
  • Identifies Legacy XC Hubs
  • Highlights profiling for Torch vs Legacy

Identifying Boost and Non-Boost Torch Series Hubs

Follow Drew as he walks us through a quick evolution of hub spacing, differences, and how to identify what you're working with.


Broken Spoke Removal

Keith takes us through the process of removing and replacing a broken spoke. This process is applicable to all i9 Torch Series Mountain and Fatbike wheelsets and although a legacy wheelset is not shown the process is nearly identical.


Building 24 Hole Wheels

Meet Keith, he's here to talk you through the process of building a 24 hole, 2 to 1 wheelset from Industry Nine


Truing Torch Road Wheels

Here Drew speaks to the benefits of our 2-1 lacing pattern and the theory behind truing these wheels. Video assumes knowledge of wheel building and lacing.