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Framed Minnesota 2.0 Rear Fat Bike Wheel

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Material: Aluminum
Spoke: 36
Width: 80mm
Axle Type: Quick Release
Walls: Single
Rim Break Compatible: No
Weight: 3.14lbs
Recommended Use: Fat Tire
Manufacturer Warranty: 90 Day

Description: Framed Minnesota 2.0 Rear Fat Bike Wheel

The Framed 80mm rim has been our go to rim throughout the lineup. It''s light, strong and at 80mm gives you the largest range of tire sizes. It comfortably fits 4.0-4.8" tires. The 2.0 rear wheel runs our Quando 170 quick release hub.

Key Features of Framed Minnesota 2.0 Rear Fat Bike Wheel:
  • 80mm wide single wall rim
  • Anodized finish.
  • Cutouts to save weight.
  • 170mm Quando hub

Minnesota 2.0 Rear

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Love the look of these wheels. Perfect team match colors and so COOL
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Insurance in case of damage , we have a 'loaner bike' where i work...everyone uses it, and i worry.
Peter T. L on Apr 20, 2014
DO these wheels have a17.5 mm offset?
A shopper on Aug 25, 2014
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is the cassette is included with this rim? I want to buy extra set of rim, one for summer and one for winter and I wonder if I will have to remove the cassette from the other rims when I change them?
Paul85 on Oct 28, 2014
Best Answer: The 'Replacement Wheel' comes WITHOUT a Cassette,( it will take a 9-speed) It's easier to just buy another cassette and put it on the wheel.. It will probably cost another 30-50 at a Local Bike shop to have the work done: OR Get yourself the tools and buy the parts (cassettes) and do it !
Reply · Report · Peter T. L on Nov 9, 2014
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Can the Quando hub accept a ten speed cassette?
A shopper on Oct 16, 2014
Best Answer: In respect to putting a '10-speed' cassette on the wheel; Probably (most likely) NOT. Cassette specific hubs are usually made to a 'maximum capacity, as sold'. That is: the wheel is sold 'on the bike', it is equipped with a '9-speed', so it's unlikely it could have the room for a '10-speed'. I have not tried to add a '10-speed' cassette to any of my bikes yet, as i don't feel any need to try.
Reply · Report · Peter T. L on Oct 17, 2014
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I need this in red to match the 135 front. Am I SOL?
A shopper on Dec 30, 2014
Best Answer: You are not SOL.... I got your back. Take a look:
Reply · Report · Tim CStaff on Dec 31, 2014
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