E-Thirteen TRS Race 6 Bolt Rear Hub

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The TRS Race hubs feature the same internals and snappy 6-degree engagement that riders have come to know and trust now come wrapped in an all aluminium package that is lighter and more durable than the previous carbon-shelled models.

Who's this item for: Any type of mountain biker. These hubs will work great on anything from an XC whippet to an all-out gravity rig.

Materials: All aluminium construction.

Engagement: 6 degrees with 60 points of engagement.

Convertibility: Can be converted from 148 X 12mm Boost thru-axle to 141 Boost QR by replacing the end caps.

Brake rotor mount: Standard 6 bolt

What's in the box: 1x rear hub, 2x end caps.

Weight: 148x12mm Boost -  327g

Pros: Tough, light, snappy engagement.

Cons: Only comes in black.
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6 Bolt
32 Hole
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