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Reynolds MTN R27.5 AM Wheelset

ITEM NUMBER: 365 REY7A4
PRICE POINT:
$399.98
MSRP:
$625.00
 
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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

Reynolds MTN R27.5 AM Wheelset

The MTN R-Series is Reynolds’ redesigned alloy collection of mountain bike wheels designed around your preference of All Mountain/Enduro or XC/Marathon. These wheels are made of 6061 alloy and provide amazing options for an upgrade at a great price.

Built on a wider 28.5 mm rim, the R27.5 AM allows for a wider tire and delivers a strong, stiff and durable wheel that stands up to the demands of aggressive trail riding and enduro courses alike.

  • 27.5 (650b)
  • All Mt/Enduro
  • Tubeless Compatible

Includes:

  • 20mm Front Through Axle Adapter
  • 15mm Front Through Axle Adapter
  • 12x142mm Rear Through Axle Adapter

PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS

Model

R27.5 AM

Rim Size

27.5 Inch (650b)

Rim Type

Tubeless ready clincher

Rim Braking Surface

Disc Only

Rim Material

Aluminum

Rim Width

23mm Inner, 29mm Outer

Disc Brake Rotor Mount

6-Bolt

Spoke Color

Black

Spoke Type

Double Butted Stainless Steel

Nipple

Black Alloy

Spoke Pattern

3x Straight Pull

Spoke Count

28 front, 28 rear

Hubs

Front 20mm, Rear quick release w/ skewer

Weight

1685g set

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Q: what type of hubs are these?

A: The hubs are Reynolds RC Black Straight-pull, 6 bolt ISO rotor compatible.


Q: Do they come with end caps for 15mm front also are they compatable with 12-142 rear axle.

A: These wheels come stock with quick releases for both the front and rear wheel. 15mm and 20mm end caps are included for the front hub, and end caps to convert the rear hub to 12x142mm are included.


   
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Holding up - Jun 04, 2015

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5 out of 5 stars
Henderson, NV

I bought these in October 2014, set them up tubeless with maxxis 2.4 highroller II tires. My first impression was the rear hub sounded a bit cheap. At about 1month I had the wheels re-tensioned because spokes were loosening, but that's a normal break in process. I have to say, it's been 8 months now, and these wheels have been very solid. I've beat them at Bootleg canyon regularly, and no issues. Nice and stiff, very responsive, and running low pressures between 22-30 psi has been trouble free.

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