A two-wheeler front hub is a component of the front wheel assembly of a two-wheeled vehicle such as a motorcycle or a scooter. The front hub connects the front wheel to the front axle of the vehicle and allows the wheel to rotate freely while also providing support and stability to the front wheel assembly.
The front hub typically consists of a central hub shell that is attached to the wheel spokes, and two flanges that extend outwards from the hub shell to attach to the axle. The hub shell contains the bearings that allow the wheel to rotate freely around the axle, and may also contain other components such as the brake rotor or drum.
Front hubs can vary in design and construction depending on the specific make and model of the vehicle. Some front hubs may be designed to incorporate a disc brake rotor, while others may have a drum brake mechanism built into the hub itself. The hub may also be constructed from various materials such as steel, aluminum, or carbon fiber, depending on the desired strength, weight, and cost.
Proper maintenance of the front hub is important to ensure safe and reliable operation of the vehicle. This may include regular inspection of the bearings and other components, and lubrication of the hub and axle to prevent excessive wear and damage. Any signs of damage or wear should be addressed promptly to prevent further damage and potential safety issues.