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Shimano WH-MT8120 Trail Front Wheel

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The Shimano WH-MT8120 Trail Front Wheel falls into the XT series bringing you all the performance of XTR, just without some of the fancy finishing and surface treatments.

30mm internal width rims mean that you can run wide tyres and the Centrelock rotor attachment allows for the use of Shimano's Freeza rotors which maximise the cooling potential of your brakes, keeping them feeling consistent under heavy, sustained braking.

Series: DEORE XT M8100

Hub: Shimano

Rims: Shimano

Materials: Alloy

Convertibility: 110 x 15mm only

Axle Type: 15 mm E-THRU

Brake Rotor Attachment: Centrelock

Tubeless: Tubeless ready

Weight:
  • 27.5": 875g
  • 29": 941g

Rim Dimensions:
  • 27.5": 584 x 30C
  • 29": 622 x 30C

Internal Rim Width: 30mm

External Rim Width: 34.7mm

Recommended Tyre Width: 2.25" - 2.5"

Joint Type: Welded

Spokes: 28

Spoke Type: J-Bend, butted 2.0 - 1.8

Nipples: Alloy

Pros: Affordable price point, 30mm internal width allows the use of wider tyres.Tubeless Ready.

Cons: Only compatible with Centrelock brake rotors.

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