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1  - 6 January 2017 13:00

I have two completely un-used 29er wheelsets to sell. Will supply either with or without the similarly brand new tyres and rotors.
Both wheelsets are from my 2016 Team Issue Scott Bikes (Scale 900 RC and Scale 920). These wheelsets were taken off the new bikes at delivery to me and are totally un-used.


Wheelset 1 – from 2016 Scott Scale 900RC
Syncros XR RC 28h Tubeless - 29er
Rotors - SM RT99 Centrelock Icetech 160/180 (£47 each at CRC)
Tyres - Schwalbe Rocket Ron EVO / 2.1 127EPI Kevlar Bead Tubeless ready / PaceStar compound (£35 each at CRC)
SRAM XD Drive Fitted
These wheels are black with fluro yellow highlights
Price £240 without tyres and rotors or £350 with tyres and rotors


Wheelset 2 - -from 2016 Scott Scale 920
Syncros XR 2.5 28h Tubeless - 29er
Rotors - SM RT64 Centrelock 160/180
Tyres - Schwalbe Rocket Ron EVO / 2.1 127EPI Kevlar Bead Tubeless ready / PaceStar compound (£35 each at CRC)
SRAM XD Drive fitted
These wheels are black with green highlights
Price £200 with rotors and £250 with rotors and tyres


David King-Smith
12th Vet - XC National Championships 2016

London Based
Mobile - 07771747403
Email - dks@5plusarchitects.com

2  - 26 January 2017 20:02

Hi dave.
What's the weight of both wheelset?  Fully set up with tyres is fine?
Also what axles are they? 9mm, 15mm, 12mm and so on
Forgive any igo rance but I'm new back into the mtb game so need to catch up?

Steve

3  - 27 January 2017 09:16

Hi Steve
No worries.
Web search suggests the RC is 730g front + 840g rear
and the XR 760g front + 920g rear - but please note i have not weighed these myself -
The XR RC set is from the RC bike (top end bike at £5,000) and are 'light' and the XR 2.5 from the 'mid range' Scale 920 (bike was £2400) and are 'medium' and to be honest a great all round wheelset.
The wheels are both thru axel 15mm front and 142/12 rear but i have all the spacers that came with the wheels for other set up's.  As far as i am aware they are basically DT Swiss wheels and hubs 're-branded' as Syncros to suit Scott OEM.

4  - 5 March 2017 18:01

Hi, are these boost hubs ?

5  - 6 March 2017 08:34

Billy
No - they are from the 2016 bike - pre-boost hub, but i think you can adapt to boost with spacers.
dks

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