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DT Swiss FR600 Rim

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The DT Swiss FR600 is strong enough for Northshore riding and fast enough for World Cup DH runs. At a width of 31.8mmThis rim can holdTightTo just about any bigTread, big widthTire. AddingTo its strength is a property process of weldingThe rim jointTogether called SBWT. Width 31.8mm Welded rim joint(called SBWT) Weight 600 grams Single eyelet Schrader valve 26"

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