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Thread: DT Swiss M1900 29" Front Wheel and Rear Hub For Sale - $100

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    DT Swiss M1900 29" Front Wheel and Rear Hub For Sale - $100

    I'm selling one DT Swiss M1900 29" front wheel, and one DT Swiss Spline boost rear hub. Used for less than a year and in great shape. I bent the rear rim, which is the reason why I'm just selling the rear hub and not the whole wheel. There are a few surface scratches here and there but functionally everything is in great condition. I just serviced the both hubs' bearings before taking photos. The front rim is true, and sets up tubeless just fine. Rear hub has an XD driver, both hubs are 28h and take straight-pull spokes.

    $100 for all of it (Mojo price). Think of it as buying a hub set, and getting the front one laced to a rim for free. If you just want the hub set, I can take the front hub off the rim for you.

    Specs, pics, and details here:

    https://austin.craigslist.org/bop/d/...341919104.html

    PM if interested.

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    $80 obo

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    okay $60, come on someone needs hubs. And BOOST don't forget!

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    Is it possible to unboost a hub? I am guessing not, but cant hurt to ask.

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    What is boost can never be unboosted.

    Seriously though, you can go the other way making a 142 hub 148 with end cap adapters or spacers and a re-dish. I don't think you can go 148>142 though. May be worth some research to see if you can do it with shorter endcaps, but I think you may have trouble with with rotor alignment...
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    Quote Originally Posted by dsc View Post
    What is boost can never be unboosted.

    Seriously thought, you can go the other way making a 142 hub 148 with end cap adapters or spacers and a re-dish. I don't think you can go 148>142 though. May be worth some research to see if you can do it with shorter endcaps, but I think you may have trouble with with rotor alignment...
    Yeah the rotor would not really align. Oh well. Was hoping for a quick solution to my current hub crisis.

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