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Atomlab TrailKing Hub

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MSRP : $160.00

Product Description

  • CNC 6061 T-6 aluminum
  • 14mm cromoly (solid or slotted)
  • Oversized, sealed bearings
  • 48 hole

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    Trailking 26x2.4 vs X-king 26x2.4 height and width?

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    WTF cant get a Conti Trailking to air up tubeless?

    So I am converting to tubeless. Used the Stan's freeride kit for my Revolution32's. Aired the front Shwalbe Fat Albert right up, let the air out added sealant and aired right back up. Went through bouncing it, laying it on its side ect and it sealed up perfect:thumbsup: Rear is a standard Cont ... Read More »

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