DT Swiss XM521 Rim

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The DT Swiss XM521 is a versatile and reliable rim designed for use with wider rubber. With a 35mm inner width, they're able to comfortably run 2.5" - 3.5" wide tyres and withstand the demands of aggressive riding while keeping the weight low.

Who's this item for: These rims are suitable for anything from XC to Enduro racing and would be a great choice for riders wanting to run wider tyres.

Tubeless: Yes, these can easily be run tubeless by adding some suitable tape.

Weight: 545g: 27.5"

Rim Dimensions
  • Diameter: 584 mm (27.5" / 650B)
  • Inner Width: 35 mm
  • Outer Width: 40mm
  • ERD: 562mm

Materials: Aluminium with a welded rim joint for extra strength.

What's in the box: You get the rim and Squorx nipples and washers included.

Takeaway: Versatile and lightweight rim that can run some pretty fat rubber and handle aggressive riding.
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