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DT Swiss 350 MTB Hub

5/5 (1 Reviews)
MSRP : $130.00


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Product Description

  • Built in Width: 135 mm / 5 mm
  • Number of Holes: 28, 32


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Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by mjcutri

Date Reviewed: August 14, 2012

Strengths:    Super easy adaptability
Fast engagement
Relatively quiet (if you don't like to sound like you have baseball cards in your spokes, personal preference, I know)


Weaknesses:    None so far

Bottom Line:   
First, the 240 adapters work like a charm on the 350 hubs. I bought a wheel set on eBay with a rear 350 hub set up for 12x142 TA. I was hoping that the 240 adapters for 9/10x135 QR would work (info was sketchy at best that it would work.) They did work and were super easy to swap out...just put the axle in the vise and pull straight up on the wheel and it pops right out. (DT recommends using a park tool adapter, but I just used some wood ships to protect the axle.) Put the new adapter in the axle and set it with a rubber mallet. It was nice that a project went easier than anticipated for once ;) I'll probably use DT 350 or 240 hubs on all my wheels from now on. It really is a great design.

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