E-Thirteen TRS Race 6 Bolt Front Hub

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Description

Full alloy construction that's lighter than the previous carbon shelled versions, the E-Thirteen TRS Race hubs feature large, widely spaced flanges for the stiffest and strongest wheel build possible.

Who's this item for: Mountain bikers! This will work a treat on any bike from an XC whippet to an all-out gravity bike.

Materials: Full alloy construction.

Convertibility: Includes standard 15mm end caps and 15mm Torque Caps to suit Rockshox forks.

Bearing style / amount: 2x sealed bearings

Brake rotor mount: International Standard 6 Bolt

What's in the box: 1x Front Hub with Standard and Torque Caps 15mm end caps.

Weight: 181g for Boost

Pros: Tough, light all for a great price.

Cons: Only comes in black.
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15x110mm Boost
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