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    Trigger 1 29 wheel set suggestions

    Hi!
    Ive just bought a Trigger 1 29 with the (tiny) Crest rims. Im 235 lbs, looking for a more sturdy wheel set. Im thinking of Flow EX on Hope Pro 2 and lefty hub.

    The bike has the Supermax lefty.

    Does anyone have any links to where I can buy a good wheelset for my new Trigger 1 29?

    I can of course get a set hand built, but I thought of might buy a complete one without having to order all the bits and pieces...

    Thanx!

    Trygve

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    Project321 does great work, their rear hub uses the innards from industry9 so they have instant engagement.

    Assuming you're Norwegian dogstar.no can build you a wheelset with your required specs.

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    Ok. I think Ill use the Crests until the snow arrives, and then probably get a proper wheelbuilder to exchange the Crest rims with Flow EX, using the existing hubs.

    Vegard, har snakket med Dogstar/Ole B og fått pris på nybygg, men blir såpass dyrt at jeg tror løsningen over er den enkleste og billigste.

    And after my first ride on FS 29er Im convinced that big wheels are the way to go!

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    The Triggers front hub is different from the regular lefty hub.
    You can use the regular hub, but you will need a new brake caliper adapter.

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