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#1 Headbandwrote a review of on June 23, 2017

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Industry Nine recently updated some important tech spec's pertaining to their trail wheels. Enjoy.
***32 hole 29" wheels:
Weight: Set 1650g, Front 765g, Rear 885g
Rider Weight: Recommended 230lbs/105kg max
***24 hole 29" wheels:
Weight: Set 1560g, Front 720g, Rear 840g
Rider Weight: Recommended 210lbs/95kg max

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#1 Headbandwrote a review of on April 19, 2017

3 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Big pro is that if you were running a qr skewer of some sort you can easily convert your wheels to 142mm. These will not the solve problem folks are encountering when trying to jump to the new 148mm boost standard. These adapters will work on both 142mm and 148 DT boost hubs but they will not make a 142mm into a 148mm. Your will need to buy a new boost hub for that.

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#1 Headbandwrote a review of on April 19, 2017

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

There are a lot of great carbon mtb wheel options out there. But the 5 year warranty is what keeps me loyal to the ENVE brand. It has be my experience in the past that ENVE holds true to their guarantees and honors their warranty if you are the original owner. MAKE SURE TO REGISTER YOUR WHEELS ON ENVE.COM! I bought the M60/forty series to replace some 50/fities that came on my Scalpel Team. The M60s have a slightly wider internal rim profile (2mm wider than the 50s) and are also a bit more robust which should add a little extra backbone when these are blasting around the local Park City trails.
These carbon wheels ride awesome but like ANY product associated with mountain biking, a bad bounce off a boulder or a poorly chosen line can sign the pink slip to one of these super-tough, super premium wheels.
Do yourself a favor, Register your fresh new wheels and shred with confidence!

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#1 Headbandwrote a review of on January 28, 2014

4 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

For the price and weight, these wheels are hard to beat. I've been hammering on mine for 2 seasons. I've only broken 1 spoke due to a branch nub poking out of the trail. After I replaced the spoke, the rear wheel required minimal truing. I've done a variety of trail riding on these and have even taken my 429c on the dirt jumps up at the Canyons in Park City with no sign of fatigue. May not be the lightest wheelset out there but they are strong! I'm about 225 lbs and have barely done anything to them in regards to service. My only gripe is that replacement spokes can be tricky to source from an LBS.

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