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Wolf Tooth Boostinator Hub Adaptors

5 Reviews
RRP: $60.00
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5 reviews

The Wolf Tooth Boostinator won't disappoint.


Cheap and easy way to convert a 100x15mm front hub into a boost 110x15mm. Did need to get the wheel re-dished, but much cheaper then buying a new hub and having wheel re-built. Quality - A+, Value - A+. Easy of install - A+.

Can highly recommend.

BUYER BEWARE - Bought the

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BUYER BEWARE - Bought the front and back booster adaptor... picked the correct adaptors which were easily identified by the description. Rear worked well and used once, front didn't fit even though I have picked the correct part (Roval wheels with DT internals). Front adaptor does not fit the front hub spacer, even contacted Wolf Tooth and sent a pick and they said they do not have anything compatible. Have attempted to contact MTBD 2 times and no attempt to contact me as yet. Husband and I buy a bit from these guys and normally awesome to deal with. But in this case disappointed.

I purchased this adapter to

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I purchased this adapter to use my existing rear wheel on a boost frame. Re-dishing the wheel did not require new spokes. Replacement hub end cap fits well. It seems a lot of money for two bits of metal and 6 bolts, but does save getting a new hub or wheel.

keep your MTB wheels going

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Fits well. After a redish (which is in the good direction) my wheels are probably stiffer than before, left and right side spokes virtually the same tension.

good product - does what

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good product - does what it supposed to. mountain bikes direct did well also - got product in quick time.

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