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Framed Pro-X 29+ 3.0 F150/R197 HG Wheel Set



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Description: Framed Pro-X 29+ 3.0 F150/R197 HG Wheel Set

Jump into the newest technology with this FRAMED 29+ Pub Hub 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 conquering any trail, keeping you rolling fast and in control.

This new "plus" size wheelset delivers a 3 inch wide tire that maintains the benefits of a fat bike on a more manageable platform for trail and all terrain use. This is less bulky than your stock "fat" wheels set but still offers great traction with a large contact patch to keep you going on rough terrain.

The 29+ Pub Hub wheelset is specific for fat bikes with 150mm front and 197mm rear spacing. Comes with 10 Speed Driver Body. Can be ordered with 11 speed XD Driver Body for an additional charge.

Key Features of Framed Pro-X 29+ 3.0 F150/R197 HG Wheel Set:
  • Intended use: Select Fat Bikes
  • Rims: Aluminum Alloy with weight reducing cutouts
  • Rim Width: 50mm
  • Rim Color: Black
  • Rim Walls: Single wall construction
  • Front Hub: PUB HUB Sealed Bearing 150mm / 15mm Thru Axle
  • Rear Hub: PUB HUB Sealed Bearing 197mm / 12mm Thru Axle, HG Driver Body. Rear hub available with XD driver upon request for additional charge. Inquire with customer service.
  • Spokes: 32, 14 Ga. Stainless Steel with Brass Nipple
  • Axle Type: 15mm Thru Axle Front / 12mm Thru Axle Rear
  • Tubes: Innova Lightweight Tube
  • Tires: 29” X 3” 120 TPI, Folding, Not Tubeless Ready, Weight; 2lbs 1 oz
  • Note: Thru-axle, skewer, brake rotors, and cassette are not included

4.8 / 5.0
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Fun From [F]ramed in a 29+
I have been riding this wheelset for a few months and have rocked them on flowy machined/bermed trail, technical singletrack, and power style 2 tracks and they are very fast. I have been pleasantly surprized with the Framed tires also. They have worked in all conditions and excel in hardpack. Very low rolling resistance and shed mud well. I have found the side knobs to hold up in high speed corners. I have weighed the tires at 955g. The wheels would not setup tubeless for me but I did replace the tubes with some 29er lightweight tubes and got the weight down to roughly 2600g front and 2900g rear- with rotors and SRAM 11sp casette. I alternate between these and my 80mm fatbike wheels and love the options. If you're looking to ride your Alaskan or any other 150/197mm bike year round, consider these as a GREAT option!
October 27, 2015
Traverse City, MI, US
Age: 25-44
Great Wheel Set!
I bought this wheel set to give my KHS 5000 fat bike some more flexibility. I couldn't be happier with the purchase.I have roughly 300 miles on the wheel set, mainly on hard packed single track but recently (last 50 miles) I've been using them instead of my fat tires (4.6") on hard packed snow and was amazed the how much faster they were in addition to how well they handled! Highly recommend this set if you what to have a high performance swiss army knife of a fat bike.
January 28, 2016
Bloomington, MN, US
Age: 25-44
Framed Pro-X 29+ wheels
Solid wheel set!! My Alaskan alloy is now a better 29+ than it ever was as a fat bike, and it was a good fat bike. I paired this wheel set with a Rockshox Bluto. The wider geometry of the frame, fork and hubs gives these wheels tons of extra stability. It has all the point and shoot characteristics of a fat bike with a lot more rolling speed. I am confident in saying that this marriage will never end in divorce. One bike for thick and thin, till death do us part.
April 7, 2016
Hampden, AL, US
Age: 45-64
29 plus wheelset works great
Have used this wheelset extensively for rail trails, bikepacking, and trail riding and they have not dissapointed. Use them on a framed carbon alaskan and ride it all year ..
August 9, 2016
over 3 years ago
These are pretty good.
I liked these right out of the box, but have not yet ridden them. I have seen a fair share of wheels come and go though. The wheels are not terribly heavy, and the wheel build seemed OK. Dish was centered. The spoke angle on the fat hubs makes them look indestructible. I am questioning the spoke tension, but that remains to be seen. Mine were drilled for Schraeder valves, not presta, but the included Innova "lightweight"(?) tubes (380g each - they are 1.5mm thick) have a small feature that fits perfectly. Other lighter presta tubes might require an adapter to avoid cutting the stem. Freehub engagement felt pretty close and positive - not a lot of backlash. Chronicle tires are A-OK. Even the rim strips are pretty decent. These will be tough to make tubeless by any means (as advertised) - the rims are very deep. The hubs fit the frame perfectly fine and the axles were adjusted with no play. Compared to fatbike wheels they feel really light. Compared to 29er wheels they don't feel too heavy. I will come back and review more after I ride them.
December 13, 2016
Cleveland, OH, US
Age: 45-64
over 2 years ago
Framed Pro-X 29+ 3.0 F150/R197 HG Wheel Set
Fast fast, roll over and stick to everything. Not super light but super strong and for the price it s a no brainer purchase :-)
March 6, 2017
over 2 years ago
I bought these wheels for my Trek Farley EX8, I love it "fat" but also wanted to be able to switch to something more nimble, these wheels are the perfect solution. I could not ask for more from a customer service perspective, fast and friendly service. Will definitely do business with the "House" again!
November 15, 2017
Queensbury, NY, US
Age: 45-64
1 year ago
Framed Pro-X 29+ on Alaskan Carbon
I bought a Framed Alaskan Carbon Fat Bike last year and absolutely love it. I ride on the local mountain bike trails here in South Florida. Mountain biking in SoFla you ask? Look up Markham Park, Oleta State Park, Amelia Earhart Park and Virginia Key... but I digress. I was looking through and saw this wheelset. I had ridden a friend’s 29’r and it was a different ride altogether. I checked to make sure they would fit my Bluto fork and was assured they would… so I went ahead and ordered them. George and the rest of the Customer Service team at the House and Framed Bikes made sure the wheels got shipped out. I received them on a Friday and they were on the bike Friday night. I rode Saturday morning and it was such a different experience. I love the 4” tires I have ridden for the last year, they kinda steer themselves. These wheels require more work but you feel like you are part of the trail not just riding over it. It is like I got a new bike for $400 but I need to learn how to ride it now.

* I gained some BB clearance so pedal strikes have gone away

* There is still some cushion in the tires so you’re not feeling every root and rock

* You have to put a little more weight on the front wheel which is new

I can’t think of a better and more cost effective upgrade for your Fattie than this wheelset. Don’t wait… don’t ponder just order them! I would give it 6 stars!
April 27, 2018
Sunrise, FL, US
Age: 45-64
great value
for the money, this is an awesome addition to almost any fatbike. I just threw a bluto on my fat bike and these went right on, transforming it into a bikepacking machine. I just finished the Kokopelli trail (150 miles, 14000ft ) and they still spin straight.

Good job!
Kokopelli trail
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May 7, 2018
Denver, CO, US
Age: 25-44

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Why did you choose this? Store
I know my fatbike will fit almost any tires. Since I wanted to try 29+ without buying a whole new bike, this seemed like a good option. Having decent tires included, + a 5% discount code put me over the edge. The fact that they are not tubeless-ready is a slight put-off, but I might be able to get them to work tubeless anyway so I took the plunge. I am now set up to try 29x3.0-3.25, and 26x4.0-4.8. We'll see how they hold up.
Jay on Dec 8, 2016
I know my fatbike will fit almost any tires. Since I wanted to try 29+ without buying a whole new bike, this seemed like a good option. Having decent tires included, + a 5% discount code put me over the edge. The fact that they are not tubeless-ready is a slight put-off, but I might be able to get them to work tubeless anyway so I took the plunge. I am now set up to try 29x3.0-3.25, and 26x4.0-4.8. We'll see how they hold up.
Jay on Dec 8, 2016
Wheelset for KHS5000 carbon fatbike, for year round use
Ries D on Apr 3, 2016
Wheelset for KHS5000 carbon fatbike, for year round use
Ries D on Apr 3, 2016
Is this the set I need for my Alaskan Alloy?
A shopper on Aug 27, 2015
BEST ANSWER: You would need the 29+ non PUB wheels set.
Can you provide a finished weight for this wheelset with tubes and tires?
A shopper on Oct 9, 2015
I will. I am just getting some weights together. I will post them promptly. Thanks for pointing this out!
Does Framed plan to offer 29+ wheel sets compatible with the Framed 2.0 fat bike in the future?
Joseph M on Jan 9, 2016
Thanks for the questions..... and answers! I checked with the Framed guys, and they do intend to offer a 29+ wheel-set in the future for the 1.0 and 2.0 bikes. They do not intend to offer a 27.5 wheel-set for the 1.0 and 2.0 bikes anytime soon.
Will these fit on a Surly Ice Cream Truck?
Gregory on Mar 30, 2017
Yes, these wheels/tires will fit a Surly Ice Cream Truck.
Will this fit a 2015 RDX the mayor?
Felix on May 30, 2016
This wheelset would indeed work for (what I imagine you mean) is your RSD Mayor.
So these come with the Maxxis tires shown?
A shopper on Mar 6, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I realize the description does not match the picture exactly, but in December I received the 29x3 Maxxis Chronicles and tubes with the wheels. They are great tires. Maybe ask The House what's in stock? House?
Can you tell me if this wheelset will work with Shimano 11 speed cassette?
adam k on Jan 30, 2017
Yes, this wheelset is compatible with a Shimano 11 speed mountain cassette.
How thin could you go with the tires? Could you put a 2.3" tire on the 50mm rim if you wanted? Thx
Zach Z on Oct 30, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Dont know if 2.3 would stretch out to much. Defeats the purpose of plus. Just by regular 29er rims if thzt is what u want to do. 50mm rim would most likely stretch the profile of 2.3 tire to much and not work well at all
Do you offer an XD driver for these?
A shopper on Nov 19, 2015
Yes, but Ryan is right... you will want to check with our Bike Shop for more info: 1 (800) 409-7669. They can help!
Will these fit my Fat boy trail?
Lance on Jun 7, 2018
Yes they will fit.....IF.... you also purchase the end caps to convert over to 190 QR.
Does this wheelset fit the Bluto Fork?
James A on Apr 6, 2018
Yes, this wheelset will fit with a Bluto fork.... you are good to go.
Will these fit on a Rocky mountain Suzi-Q 2017?
A shopper on Apr 2, 2018
No. It will not, the Suzi-Q uses a 177mm rear hub and this is a 197mm rear hub.
Will this fit the 2016 salsa blackborow? (The last true 5inch tire model)
A shopper on Mar 6, 2018
Yes. Based on the info posted on the Salsa Cycles website, this wheel set will fit that bike.
Will this fit on the SE F@R 2015 17" bike? I know it wont initially fit on the front but I plan on switching the fork with a Bluto so I'm just concerned about the back tire.
A shopper on Feb 16, 2017
This wheel set will not fit on that bike as this is set up for a bike using a 197x12mm rear thru axle system.
Willing to make something similar for the Salsa Beargrease 2017 line up? I'd buy a set.

Front: 29+

29 x 2.25 - 3”
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Rear: 29+
177mm, 12mm Thru-Axle
177 x 12mm Symmetrical Rear Spacing
29R X 50MM
Disc Hayes MX Comp, 160mm V-Series
29 x 2.25 - 3” (including 29+)
Craig G on Dec 3, 2016
Actually our bike shop could build some up for you. You will need to speak to them directly however: 1 (800) 409-7669. Ask for Blake.
Just want to make sure if this fits the Framed Alaskan Carbon. The hub sizewill fit (F150/R197) but the diameter, do you think the frame has enough clearance?
Edwin V on Dec 2, 2016
BEST ANSWER: They will fit on the alaskan carbon with ease. This is a top set up for a lot of racers on the Alaskan carbon during the summer months.
Will this fit the Diamondback El Oso?
Zach Z on Oct 29, 2016
From Framed: "That all depends on the model of El Oso you have. The El Oso was recently sold at varying quality points, at which some used a 135/170 quick release hub spacing while other higher quality models used a 150/197 thru axle hub spacing. These wheels are compatible with 150/197 thru axle hub spacing."
Is this the set I would need for my wolfrrax?
A shopper on Sep 12, 2016
To combine your questions: 1) It will work for a Carbon Wolftrax 2) It measures 30.5 inches inflated.
Is the weight of this wheel set 2lb 1oz with the rim tire and tube?
A shopper on Sep 12, 2016
BEST ANSWER: The TIRES are 2lbs 1oz each. The wheelset is 3 lbs 3oz.
Will this wheel set work with a SRAM pg1130 11 speed cassette?
A shopper on Sep 12, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Yes it is compatible with the current driver body.
Looking for a set for my wheel chair ?
A shopper on Sep 8, 2016
For that you will want to chat with our bike shop: 1 (800) 409-7669.
Can these rims/tires be set up tubeless?
A shopper on Feb 8, 2016
Basically no... not without some serious effort.
Do you have 177mm rear hub options on your wheels?
A shopper on Jan 15, 2016
I apologize no. Is that for a Beargrease?
Hi, what is the tire width range that can be used with these wheels? ish?
Doug Barker on Nov 30, 2015
In theory you could put a 4" tire on this rim (says Framed).. not the best idea. A 3" tire is about the ideal max.
Will these work with the Wolftrax?
A shopper on Sep 14, 2015
BEST ANSWER: This will be compatible to the Wolftrax Carbon bike.... not the Alloy.


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