Product DescriptionBig sunglasses and eight-track players can't hold you down when you're shredding trails in the Sombrio Duster Jersey. The wicking full-mesh of this long sleeve jersey prevents you from heating up on steamy summer days, and Sombrios FRD fit leaves enough room for body armor without limiting your mobility.
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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 »
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 »
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 »
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 »
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 »