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DT Swiss

DT Swiss E 1700 Spline CL 110/15mm TA Boost 30mm 27,5" black (2019)

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Product Description
When the trails are stony and the roots are thicker than your legs, then look to the E 1700 SPLINE 30. Combined with a 2.5 tyre it produces so much grip that you can tackle even the worst sections. The wheel construction with reduced competition spokes in the most stable straight pull design is based on DT Swiss's reliable and lightweight Ratchet System hubs. Exactly what an Enduro rider wants: robust enough for any trail, light enough to get there.

ASTM classification 4
Intended use
Axle system
Front wheel 15x110  mm
Axle standard
Thru axle  
Material: Aluminium
System: Hollow chamber
Profile Height: Low (<30mm)
tire type: Wire/clincher
Braking system: Disc brake
tubeless ready: yes
Width: 35 mm
Internal width: 30 mm
Size (In Inches): 27,5 Inch
ETRTO (Width x Diameter): 30 - 584 mm
Front Hub
Installation Width (mm): 110 mm
Axle Diameter Front (mm): 15 mm
Type: 350
Features: For thru axle, Sealed, Sealed bearings
Style: DT competition straightpull, DT ProLock Squorx ProHead alu  
Front Wheel
constructed for Brake type: Disc brake centre lock
Weight: 911 g
Rear Wheel
constructed for Brake type: ---  
Max. total load: 130  kg
Scope of Delivery
Delivery: 1 DT Swiss E 1700 Spline VR CL Boost, TL tape 32 mm, TL valve MTB 32 mm, IS 6-bolt adapter MTB  
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