HED Ardennes Disc Thru Axle Conversion Kit

HED Ardennes Disc Thru Axle Conversion Kit
HED Ardennes Disc Thru Axle Conversion Kit
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Ardennes Disc Thru Axle Conversion Kit by HED
The Ardennes Disc Thru Axle Conversion Kit lets you add a bit more stiffness and solidity to any set of HED wheels with Sonic Disc Brake hubs, including the Ardennes, Jet, and Stinger disc models. Please note that the thru axles are only compatible with HED wheels made on or after August 2014, because of a change in bearing size.

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SKU: HED001V
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