Enduro riders push the limits of traction. The E 1900 SPLINE is the ideal wheel for this purpose with its 25mm wide, extra-strong aluminum rims and solid wheel construction. Weight-saving details such as the extensively machined hubs and the spherical DT Squorx aluminum nipples will keep you smiling in the uphills too. After all, the best trails are rarely found right next to the chairlift.
Going tubeless allows you to run lower tire pressures without the added weight of a tube. Lower tire pressure has many benefits, including greater traction, lower rolling resistance over rough surfaces, and decreased risk of a puncture-related flat.
Tubeless-ready rims and tires are parts of a complete system that eliminate the need for tubes by creating an airtight chamber between the rim and tire. Liquid sealant is added to the chamber to fill small punctures and maintain air pressure while you ride.
UST (Universal Standard for Tubeless) is a specific type of tubeless system that dictates the shape of the rim and tire beads. UST rims should be paired with UST-specific tires for best results.
Front wheels for downhill and some dirt jump bikes with 110mm x 20mm axle dimensions are made with either Boost or non-Boost hubs. Although the axle dimensions are the same, wheels with Boost in the name mean the hub flanges and rotor mount sit wider than standard hub flanges.
Boost and non-Boost components are not interchangeable. Boost wheels and hubs can only be used with Boost forks, and non-Boost hubs can only be used with non-Boost forks. Check your fork compatibility before purchasing.
|Hub(s)||DT 370 Centerlock|
|Spokes (Front/Rear)||DT Champion Straightpull|
|Nipples||DT ProLock Squorx ProHead Aluminum|
|Extras||TL Tape, TL Valves, IS 6-bolt Adapter MTB|
* Subject to change without notice.