Stans Crest S1 Disc Rear Wheel (Black) (Shimano/SRAM) (QR x 135mm) (27.5") (6-Bolt) (Tubeless)

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Freehub Body | Spacing | Wheel Diameter:

  • Shimano/SRAM | QR x 135mm | 27.5"
  • SRAM XD | QR x 135mm | 27.5"

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Building off the success of the Crest MK3, the Crest S1 aims to provide the same great ride with an emphasis on value and durability. This new Crest has been designed according to Stan’s WideRight rim and tire fit system, with a rim profile optimized for 2.00" - 2.25" tires. The result is increased tire volume for improved stability with wider tires.

Features:

  • 23mm internal width, WideRight for 2.0 - 2.25 tires
  • Includes Stans No Tubes rim tape (installed)
  • Requires additional valve stem for tubeless setup
  • Chrome sealed-cartridge bearings
  • Sapim Race 2.0/1.8/2.0 Double-butted spokes and Sapim Secure Lock brass nipples
  • Wider rim width for more stability with larger tires
  • Stan's Neo Hub with Durasync freehub featuring 10 degree engagement through 6 simultaneous pawls
  • Neo hubs feature best-in-class convertibility through easy and simple endcaps

Specifications:
Wheel Size: 26" or 27.5"
ISO Diameter (ETRTO): 559 or 584
Position: Rear
Tire Type: Tubeless (Clincher)
Brake Type: Disc Brake (6-Bolt)
Hub: Stan's Neo (Durasync)
Axle Type: Quick Release
Hub Spacing: QR x 135mm
Drive Type (Rear Hub): Shimano/SRAM (8, 9, & 10 Speed, 11 Speed Mountain) or SRAM XD
Rim: Stan's Crest S1 (17.2mm Depth)
Rim Width: 23mm (Internal), 26.6mm (External)
Valve: Presta
Spoke Count: 32H
Spoke Type: J-Bend
Material: Aluminum
Color: Black
Weight: 891g (26"), 920g (27.5")

This product was added to our catalog on April 25, 2018