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SDG Duster Saddle

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Product Description

SDG has done it again.They have created a race ready saddle perfect for your all mountain/ XC rig.The most notable difference betweenThe Duster and other saddles in its class isThe relief channel spans much longer.This will help you stay onThe bike all day long. Narrow sides Low profile Square nose I Beam Compatible only “Speed Defies Gravity” logo is embossed onThe Top which providesTraction

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Annoying movement from rear hub on a Duster Rim (Slash 8)

Got a Slash 8 which rocks, apart from the rear hub on the stock Duster rim. No matter how I tighten the end nuts on the hub I consistantly get a slight play on the hub after the wheel was properly secured and tightened with the 12mm skewer. I don't want to over tighten the wheel or else it doesn't s ... Read More »

Dust a Duster?

I ride a Rumblefish Elite which currently has the stock Bontrager Duster 29s. I weigh roughly 200# geared up and ride somewhat aggressively at times. For a while now I've been considering getting new wheels for all the usual reasons. However after doing some research it seems that the duster wheels ... Read More »

Bontrager duster TLR

I have been searching the web, forums, product sites and been trying to figure out what I need to go tubeles with this particular rim. I have a 2012 Trek EX8 with TLR rims. The number - 559 x 22 is on the sticker that states TLR - tubeless ready. I have one tubeless tire that I ordered and anothe ... Read More »

Duster wheels

I have a 2012 Trek EX8 that came with Duster tubeless ready wheels. I'm thinking about going tubeless and wonder if I need to removed the blue rims strip from the wheel and replace it with the Stan's rim tape (yellow)? I have Stan's rim strip (black rubber with valve) and sealent. I'm going to ... Read More »

Bontrager Duster vs. Sun-Ringle EQ25 rims

I have a brand new Bontrager Duster wheelset that I can't get tires onto easily. I'm thinking of getting a Sun-Ringle EQ25 wheelset instead. Anyone know if you can mount tires easily on these? I am not running tubeless and don't plan to since this wheelset will get 32c, 42c and 2.1 tires ba ... Read More »

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