Anvl Scale Wheelset

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The Scale wheelset is a progressive design that achieves a perfect strength to weight ratio, making it competitive with today’s most elusive carbon wheelsets at a fraction of the price, with the added durability of aluminum for daily all mountain hammering. At the heart of the Scale wheelset is our own proprietary asymmetrical rim design, and Fused Matrix Alloy that maximizes stiffness while keeping a race pedigree weight. The 25mm internal width and bead lock system is perfect for current tire standards, maintaining proper tire profiles and keeping them from rolling or burping. Our custom hub design is a lesson in form and function, and utilizes the Synergy free hub system. With unparalleled levels of instant engagement and ultra oversized bearings. Our Scale wheels are guaranteed to give you years of service even in the wettest climates such as our home and testing grounds in the pacific northwest.

ANVL proprietary asymmetrical tubeless ready rim with 25mm inside width.
28 Black Pillar PBA 1422 straight pull bladed spokes, 3 cross lacing.
Synergy driver system rear hub with 6 dual-step pawls, and 42 tooth ratchet ring giving near-instant 3.5 degree engagement.
Shimano Hyperglide version features ABG (Anti Bite Guard) system to protect freehub splines.
Convertable hub design also fits 20x110mm front and 10x135mm rear (Parts sold separately).
International Standard 6-bolt disc rotor mount.
Wheelsets are taped and tubeless ready out of the box.

MATERIAL: ANVL Fused Matrix Alloy
SIZES: 27.5″ / 29″
SPOKES: 28 Hole Bladed Straight Pull
FRONT HUB: 15mm (Convertable to 20mm with adapters sold separately)
REAR HUB: Shimano Hyperglide or SRAM XD
COLOR: Matte Black

27.5″ SRAM XD 1730g / Shimano Hyperglide 1740g
29″ SRAM XD 1785g / Shimano Hyperglide 1795g
*Weights include tubeless tape and valves.

More more information please contact one of our dealers or us directly from our contact page

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