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e.thirteen TRS+ 29er Wheelset
Ride all day without worry. The TRS+ 29er wheels are the standard in Trail and Enduro with big flanges and an EXA+ aluminum shell increasing wheel stiffness and strength while maintaining a low weight.
Top Features of the e.thirteen TRS+ 29er Wheelset
- Axle configuration: Front 15mm or 20mm thru, Rear 135QR, 12x135mm, 12x142mm
- 660 Freehub
- Angular Contact (AC) Bearings
- Rims: TRS+ EXA+ 23.4mm ID, 32 hole
- Spokes: e*13 quad butted black x 32
- Nipples: Black aluminum
- Colour: Blackout
- Weight: Front 784g / Rear: 976g
- Includes all end caps for front and rear axles options
|Wheel Size:||29" (622)|
With the critical rotational weight moved closer to the centre of the wheel it results in an extremely strong, light, and durable wheel with amazing acceleration and cornering characteristics.
Angular Contact (AC) Bearings
AC bearings are supported by a thick section of bearing race on either side, as well as top and bottom. These bearings are designed to supporting “combined loads” in both the axial and radial directions. So Jumping and turning, pedaling and turning, crashing and pedaling, jumping and crashing–you get the idea.
LEX (Lightweight EXtrusion)
Our new LEX and LEXe processes yield rims that are strong enough to be used as daily riders cross the any terrain you can throw at it. Our LG1 rims incorporate the LEXe process which involves brazing in eyelets to keep material only where you need it.
TLS (TubeLess Compatible)
E*thirteen TubeLess Compatible rim profiles have all the features designed in to let your Tubeless tires pop right into place and stay in place without those embarrassing “burps” during high-speed corners. You’ll obviously get the best results if you use our rim tape and valve stems.
Our indestructible and fully serviceable freehub ratchet mechanism. All of our hubs have a blazing fast 6 degrees and 60 points of engagement to get you the best acceleration on climbs and out of tight corners.
Triple Start Thread
The Triple Start reverse thread nut on our rear axles enables easy rebuilds and adjustment. The nut itself has course threads that start in three separate places so it will always catch, thread right into place, and allow you to adjust the AC bearings without the need for any tools.
About the e.thirteen brand
e.thirteen components are a small, rider-owned and operated company which was founded in 2001 by Dave Weagle. Since it inception e.thirteen have always pushed peoples ideas in terms of innovation, function and design and have become a market leader in chain retention systems the world over. e.thirteen have strong roots in competition and they support numerous athletes and events the world over from grassroots racing right up to top flight World Cup competition and World Champions, in fact e.thirteen chain guides and rings have collected more gold medals at World Cup and World Championship competition level in recent years than any other chain retention system, making them the choice for all riders at all levels.
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