DT Swiss M 1700 Spline Two 30 Boost Wheel - 27.5in

DT Swiss M 1700 Spline Two 30 Boost Wheel - 27.5in
$372.00
M 1700 Spline Two 30 Boost Wheel - 27.5in by DT Swiss
Price subject to change | SKU: DTS001M

DT Swiss M 1700 Spline Two 30 Boost Wheel - 27.5in

The DT Swiss M 1700 Spline Two 30 Boost 27. 5in Wheel is strong enough to handle the abuse of technical trails littered with jagged rocks, yet its relatively lightweight feel surges from corners and climbs with the reactivity of pricier wheels. It's an ideal choice for the aggressive rider seeking a balance of durability and stiffness--all without emptying your wallet on a pricier carbon wheel. The 30-millimeter internal width places it within a progressive category of trail wheels designed for the high-volume tires. You'll find this rim width supports everything from your average 2. 3-inch trail tires, all the way up to the voluminous 2. 8-inch rubber of 27. 5+ rigs. Running larger tires gives you the ability to drastically lower tire pressure, in turn giving you ample traction and plush support over loose rubble, jarring rocks, and technical stretches. Accommodating the Boost standards of modern trail machines, the M 1700 Spline Two 30 Boost 27. 5in Wheel benefits from extra stiffness afforded by its wider hub spacing for a reliably stout build. DT Swiss employs their 350 Boost straightpull hubs for legendary reliability without adding unnecessary cost. Although its 18-tooth ratchet doesn't engage as fast, you can upgrade to 36 engagement points with a conversion kit by DT Swiss. This particular wheel is available as a front or rear, in Boost spacing only. As a rear wheel, choose between one with a SRAM XD driver for SRAM's newest 1x11 and 1x12 drivetrains or one for Shimano drivetrains and SRAM 9/10-speed set-ups. DT Swiss includes a tubeless valve and rim tape with each wheel for tubeless set-up, as well as center lock/IS adapter for fitting your 6-bolt brake rotors.

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