- DT Swiss RRC 32 Dicut Tubular Rear Wheel
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DT Swiss RRC 32 Dicut Tubular Rear Wheel
DT Swiss RRC 32 Dicut Tubular Rear Wheel
A super light and modern 32 mm high carbon tubular wheel set. The RRC 32 DICUT® Tubular wheels weigh in at a light 620g and possess all the technologies that a great climbing tubular wheel would want.
Top Features of the DT Swiss RRC 32 Dicut Tubular Rear Wheel
- DT Swiss Dicut Design
- Nail Head spokes specific shape of the straight taht cannot twist under load always keeping their perfect aerodynamic orientation
- Waterslide ultra thin decals
- Weight: 620g
- Tire type: Tubular
- Rim material: Carbon
- Spokes: DT aerolite®, DT aero comp®
- Nipples: DT Pro lock® hidden
- Lacing: 2-cross
- Freehub: DT Swiss ratchet system Shimano and Sram 9/10/11
- Tire dimension: 700x19T - 700x22T
- Included:RWS Quick Release, Wheel bag, Centering tools, washer for 10 speed
|Wheel Size:||700c (622)|
From the aerodynamic carbon rim to the DICUT® hub design with Ratchet System® and nail head spokes the RRC 32 DICUT® T wheels are the perfect tubular wheel comfortable on top of a mountain or in a weekly shop ride.
The RRC DICUT® wheel line up is a perfect blend of aerodynamics, technology and design. Their aggressive optics push the rider on the climbs. DICUT® hubs with their fine tuned flange geometry and straight pull spokes provide the stiffness needed. High modulus braking surfaces bonded with a heat resistant resin easily handle all out descents. Dedicated carbon layers improve heat dissipation from the braking surface into the whole rim. Finally, on the last miles to the finish line, the aerodynamically refined rim profile and eleven speed compatibility help to cut through the wind with just the right gear and minimal drag.
The potential of the system wheel fully used: The hub is designed to perfectly match the proprietary straight Nail Head spokes, achieving an ideal relation between strength and lightweight.
Purposely developed for the DICUT® wheels, this process allows for applying ultra thin decals which do not affect aerodynamics, never come off and weigh close to nothing.
Nail Head spokes
Due to the specific shape of the straight spoke and the hub contact area, the spokes cannot twist under load or while truing, always keeping their perfect aerodynamic orientation.
Maximized flange distance
Thanks to the high precision covers which integrate the rotor seal, the distance of the hub flanges can be maximized. This significantly increases the wheel's side-toside stiffness.
The proven DT Swiss Ratchet System® allows to easily change between freehubs and features extremely easy and quick maintenance and is super reliable.
About the DT Swiss brand
DT Swiss manufacture road, track and mountain bike wheels and wheel sets along with suspension forks and air shocks. DT Swiss have been connected with high quality wheel set design and performance since 1994. And now with the introduction of its own carbon production in 2007, DT Swiss shows its commitment to the development of high end bicycle components.
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