Easton Havoc (Gray) Believe.The all-new, all-badass Havoc. Somehow Easton pulled a full 150-grams out of last years Havoc, but added a full 1-mmToThe rim width and added UST compatibility.Theyve redesigned,Tweaked andTuned pretty much every part onThe Havoc including an even more durable hubset. High-end waterTransfer graphics and orange ano hub option make Havoc a complimentTo any modern mountain bike. Fit for any situation,The Havoc comes in a range of rear hub configurations: 10 x 135QR rear;
Weaknesses: Rims Dent far too easily, bearing failure after 6 rides
These are easily the most disappointing wheels I've ever purchased. After 6 partial days in the park, the bearings had failed and there were dents all over both the front and rear. Steer clear of Easton wheels.
I just picked up a set of these guys for my demo 8. Has anyone out there been using them?? I'm kinda curious to see how they are holding together, a ch wheelset that comes in under 1900 grams is kinda scary...my am wheelset weighs 1700! Finding reviews or opinikns on these bad boys a the web is i ... Read More »
So I didnt get any replies under the wheels form so I thought I would try my luck over here
Here is the post if your interested... [url]http://forums.mtbr.com/wheels-tires/2009-havoc-ust-768862.html[/url]
So I have a easton havoc wheelset 2009 when I bought them I seem to remember part of th ... Read More »
So ive been searching to find out if my 2009 easton havoc wheelset can be converted to UST...
I seen to remember it was one of the selling points when I bought them, but now I can find and answer.
If they can be run UST where to get the nipples, Easton is sold out currently...
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I am looking to get some new wheels for a 2008 Turner 5Spot I am building. I have had my eye on the Easton Havoc's which can be found for about $450 on several sites. I have a riding buddy that has the Havoc's and loves them. They are very light, durable and come with hubs that converts to thru axle ... Read More »