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Framed Pro 29+ x 3.0 F150/R190 HG Wheel Set

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29in x 50mm x 3.0in Alloy
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Description: Framed Pro 29+ x 3.0 F150/R190 HG Wheel Set

Jump into the hottest technology with our FRAMED 29+ Quanta wheelset complete with lightweight tubes and the new Framed Minnesota 29 X 3" PLUS size tires. This Plus size setup will transform your fatty into a completely different bike capable of concurring any trail, keeping you rolling fast and in control.

These new "Plus" size wheelsets refer to a 3 inch width tire that offers some of the benefits of fat bikes in a more manageable platform for trail and all terrain use. This is less bulky and still offers great traction with a large contact patch and lots of extra float to keep you going in rough terrain. The Minnesota 3" tire has an aggressive tread pattern with a great grip in just about any conditions.

The 29+ Quanta set is specific for fat bikes with 150mm front and 190mm rear spacing. Comes with a 10 Speed Driver Body. Can be ordered with 11 speed XD Driver Body for an additional charge.

Key Features of Framed Pro 29+ x 3.0 F150/R190 HG Wheel Set:
  • Intended use: Fat Bike
  • Rims: Aluminum Alloy with weight reducing cutouts
  • Rim Width: 50mm
  • Rim Color: Black
  • Rim Walls: Single wall construction
  • Front Hub: Sealed Bearing 150mm / 15mm Thru Axle
  • Rear Hub: Sealed Bearing 190mm QR HG freehub body
  • Spokes: 32, 14 Ga. Stainless Steel with Brass Nipple
  • Axle Type: 15mm Thru Axle Front / 12mm Thru Axle Rear
  • Wheel Weight: 3lbs, 3 oz
  • Tubes: Innova Lightweight Tube
  • Tires: 29” X 3” 120 TPI, Folding
  • Note: Thru-axle, skewer, brake rotors, and cassette are not included

Pro 29+ F150/R190 HG


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For the price these are good. Pretty difficult to setup tubeless. Weight and stiffness are reasonable. The tires grip good in my summer conditions.
June 17, 2016
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Any news if a F135/R170 29+ wheel set will be made for the 2.0?
Riley T on Oct 8, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Hi!
Not yet, but Framed intends to start making their own rims in the near future.
Can I run these on the 1.2 ?
Ricko on Apr 7, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Hi Richard,
No, these will not be compatible to the 1.0 or 1.2 bikes.
What's the word on tubeless compatibility?
George S on Sep 23, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Hi George,
You can make them tubless, but not without some work. Chat with our bike shop for a more specific discussion.
Will these wheels fit an Alaskan?
A shopper on Sep 1, 2015
BEST ANSWER: They will fit the Alaskan Alloy.... not the Carbon version.
Can u get a thru axle instead of QR for the rear hub w/ 190mm spacing?
Walt B on Jun 28, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I apologize... that cannot work.
Can the front hub be converted to qr?
Victor S on Oct 29, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Hi Victor,
I just checked with Framed and our bike shop.... they both say 'No'.
I have a 1x11 set up on my rsd mayor. How much do I need to add for the 11 speed upgrade?
Felix on May 17, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Good Day Felix,
This wheel set will work with a Shimano 11 spd. For a SRAM 11spd you would need the Pro X version. http://www.the-house.com/qfr29ppwskitzz-framed-fat-bike-wheels.html For a more detailed discussion have a chat with our bike shop: 1 (800) 409-7669. They can help.
What is the diameter of the tire? What is the narrowest tires you can install on the 50mm rims?
David M on Apr 2, 2016
BEST ANSWER: David,
This is a 29in x 3in tire. A 2.8" tire would be about as narrow as you can go on a 50mm rim.
Any reviews on the tires ? Who makes these tires ? How do they compare to some of the major tire brands
Jeffv on Dec 10, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Hi Jeff,
Innova makes Framed's 29+ tires, and they are sweet. I will leave this post available for comments, but so far they have been well accepted! Quanta hubs btw.
I am wondering what I would need to order with these wheels to be set to ride. What axle, skewer and cassette should I purchase? Thanks for your help. I have a MN 3.0 with both bluto and carbon and am really excited to get agro on some trails.
Ben F on Oct 20, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Hi Ben,
I chatted with our bike shop. The front axle will work fine. You will need a 190 skewer for the rear. you will also need a 11X36 cassette: http://www.the-house.com/qsr10spc11zz-sram-bike-cassettes.html At that point you will be good to go.
Are these compatible with the Bluto?
Ben F on Oct 20, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Yes! They will work great.