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Framed Pro 190 HG Rear Wheel

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Description: Framed Pro 190 HG Rear Wheel

FRAMED Pro R190mm Rear Fat Bike wheels are strong to keep you moving in any conditions. Built from 6061 Aluminum Alloy, single wall and drilled out for weight reduction without sacrificing strength. We build these up with 32 Stainless Steel spokes and our Sealed Alloy hubs. Will accommodate almost all 4 + inch fat bike tires on the market. Standard rear wheel on the MN 3.0 and Alaskan Alloy

Key Features of Framed Pro 190 HG Rear Wheel:
  • Material: Aluminum
  • Wheel Size; 26X80mmX190mm
  • Spoke: 14Ga. Stainless Steel with Brass Nipple
  • Hub: 190mm Sealed Hub 32 hole
  • 10 Speed Driver Body
  • Rim: 80mm Aluminum alloy single wall; 80mm wide; 32 hole weight reducing cut outs; Double pinned for weight savings/max strength
  • Axle Type: Quick Release
  • Walls: Single
  • Weight: 3lbs 11oz
  • Recommended Use: Fat Tire
  • Note: Axle and Skewer are not included with the wheel.

Pro 190 HG Rear

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What size axle and qr skewer does this wheel use?
Scott R on Oct 8, 2016
9x190mm QR
I have these wheels on my 2015 Alaskan. I'd like to convert them to tubeless. I'll be using the bulldozer 4.8 up front and the Minnesota 4.0 in the rear. Have you heard of any issues or do the wheels work well tubeless?
Rich P on Jan 18, 2016
I have heard of people converting these wheels to run tubless... but it is not overly easy. I would chat with the Framed people directly to get this correct: 612-326-7841. You could also talk to our bike shop: 1 (800) 409-7669.
will these work on a mongoose dolomite ?
Guy A on Nov 1, 2015
No. But I believe this will: I could not find a ton of specifics about the Dolomite.
Will this fit a 26" mountain bike with 3.25" of clearance between forks (both front and rear)?
Jeff R on Aug 17, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Hi Jeff I would not recommend using these on a regular 26" bike. If you're interested in wider tires I would recommend purchasing a bike which is designed to handle the larger rim and tire size.