BigRig 825 Carbon

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BigRig 825 Carbon

2,750.00

26" and 27.5"

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  • Weight 26": Set 1780g, Front 825g, Rear 955g, Rim 445g
    Weight 27.5": Set 1820, Front 840g, Rear 980g
  • Front Axle: QR 9x135 QR 10x135 (Rear offset disc spacing), 15x135, 15x142, and 15x150
  • Driver: Shimano HG mtb 9-11spd or SRAM XD
    120 point, 3 degree engagement, 6 pawl mechanism
  • Tire Size: 3.8-4.5"
  • Rim: 82.5mm inner width // 85mm outer width
    Single wall, Tubeless Ready
  • Rear Axle: 170mm: QR 170mm, 10x170mm and 12x177mm  190mm: QR 190mm, 12x190mm and 12x197mm
  • Notes: Grease in hubs rated for -40 degrees F

No-holds-barred FatBike wheelset

Our customers asked us for the ultimate no-holds-barred FatBike wheelset, and that is exactly what we gave them. For adventure riding or trail sleighing; snow, desert, or forest, we've applied our ultimate compatibility principals to this wheel set. We offer two rear hub platforms for either QR170/12X177 or QR190/12x197 in order to fit your fatbike frame. No matter what front axle combination you need, we have your covered with our universal fatbike front hub. Whether your bike needs QR135, 15x135, 15x142, 15x150, or the original rear offset QR 135mm, our front hub will work with your bike.


PERFORMANCE

Through clever bearing arrangement in the freehub, we have managed to keep the 3° engagement, yet eliminate the drag. Thicker spokes stiffen up the ride without making it harsh, and an oversized axle efficiently delivers the power. Ratcheting over rocks, boosting through berms, and making your buddies look like hacks has never been so easy.


Specific to BigDeal and BFD carbon rim

If you choose to ride these rims on regular dirt trails (e.g. NOT in soft snow or sand), wider tires and higher air pressure will decrease the chance of rim damage from striking an obstacle. HED strongly recommends an honest assessment of your ride style. Use 10 psi minimum on 4" tires, or 8 psi minimum on 5" tires.