Easton XR 29 inch 12x142mm Rear Wheel

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Easton XR 29 inch 12x142mm Rear Wheel

The result of Easton’s passion for engineering perfect solutions for specific types of riding, the XR performs in any Trail, All Mountain, or XC situation. These wheels are built to last, no matter how hard or reckless you ride. Other highlights include 12mm through axle and sealed cartridge bearings. Like all Easton wheels, the XR is built by hand using Easton’s proprietary acoustic tensioning and truing method.

  • Rear wheel
  • Black
  • 12mm x 142mm through axle (image shows QR version)




Rim Size

29 Inch

Rim Type


Rim Braking Surface

Disc Only

Rim Material




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Q: Are these wheels set up for 6-bolt disc? Thanks Scott

A: Yes these are for 6 bolt rotors.

Q: will this wheel fit my specialized stumpjumper HT comp.

A: Unfortunately, this wheel will not fit your Specialized Stumpjump as it is 12x142mm and your bike takes 10x135mm.

Q: Would a 10 speed cassette fit on this wheel

A: Yes, you can use a 10 speed cassette on this wheel.

Q: I have a quick release rear on my 29". How do I know what size I have?

A: Check with your bike frame's manufacturer for the exact specifications on your rear dropout.

Q: Is there weight information on this wheel ?

A: Unfortunately, Easton has not provided a weight for this wheel at this time. I apologize we cannot weigh the wheel.

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Good xc maybe - Oct 06, 2015

1 out of 5 stars
Frederick, MD

So I got this for a full suspension bike with 120mm of susp. I ride all mountain with a lot of rocks and tech. I blew this wheel up within 3 rides. So maybe if you are riding smooth trails this would do but not for the aggressive rider. Ps I contacted price point about warranty and they told me to hit u Easton direct. Which then Easton told me to use a shop, kind of annoying.

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Solid wheel for the price. - Jul 18, 2015

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4 out of 5 stars

This wheel is not the lightest nor the widest but for the money it is a solid wheel. I have been on it for a few months now riding at least 3-4 times a week and it has held up to the abuse. I am 185 and ride a Transition 29er steel hardtail so the rear takes a lot of abuse on my bike. I cracked my last rim, a WTB Frequency I23, after about a year of riding my local trails so I am hoping that this Easton will last me as long if not longer. The wheel was set up tubless with no issue. I used a standard MTB floor pump, not a high volume pump, to inflate. So far this wheel is worth the money.

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Cheap wheel appropriately priced. - May 16, 2015

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2 out of 5 stars
Santa Fe, NM

Will not set up tubeless. No bargain here.

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