No.9 Carbon Tubeless Fat Rim - 26in by Whisky Parts Co.
Whether you're looking to upgrade your current fat bike, or searching for a wheelset to finish up a custom build, the No. 9 Carbon Tubeless Fat Rim from Whisky Parts Co. is a lightweight yet sturdy carbon fiber option that's ready to be laced up to your favorite 32-hole hub. The rim features a unique double-wall construction to ensure a strong, stout rim profile that delivers maximum stability while cornering. It's available in two different widths to provide the best handling for a given range of fat bike tires. Trail riders, fat bike racers, and endurance athletes will appreciate the lower weight and narrower width of the No. 9 70w rim. With an inner width of 65mm, it's ideal for 3. 8 - 4. 6-inch wide rubber, but can handle tires up to 5. 05-inches wide if needed. This narrower profile gives fat tires the look and feel of traditional mountain bike tires, delivering supportive and precise handling that allows you to attack the trails with confidence in any season. Winter fat bike riders will enjoy the massive volume and tire sidewall support offered by the No. 9 100w rim. The 95mm internal width allows tires up to 5. 05-inches wide to achieve a higher volume fit, providing maximum flotation and control when you're riding in fresh snow or trudging across coastal sand bars.
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