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    Can these wheels fit ?

    can this wheels Mavic Crossride Disc Wheelset 2010

    fit my '05 specialized hardrock comp frame ?

    Thanks

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    First thing you want to check is if they will fit the dropouts. Your Hardrock probably has standard QR dropouts. Are the Mavic hubs QR models?
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    I assume it is, and i asked the people from the site where they sell it and they said yea it will fit. Heres the wheels spec just to give you an idea: it was cheap $136 for set free shipping.

    Entry level at Mavic always means quality, efficiency and reliability.* The Crossride offers performance with a focus on value.* Features include reinforced rims, high quality FTS-X freehub and a low weight-1905 gram for the set.*
    Disc brake specific profile
    Black anodized 6106 alloy rim w/ internal width of 19mm
    Bladed black spokes w/ brass self lock nipples
    Aluminum hub shell
    FTS-X freehub body
    For use with 26" tires
    Max tire width 2.3"
    Works with schrader or presta valves
    Includes rim tape, rear QR, 6-bolt adapters
    Works with 6-bolt or centerlock rotors
    Wheels labeled "15mm" only work with forks designed around the 15mm integrated thruaxle system. A quick release skewer is not included. Compatible forks already have a suitable axle built in. 15mm wheels will not work with forks that use a seperate quick release skewer and traditional open dropouts.
    Compatible with 8/9/10 speed SRAM/Shimano cassettes
    Approximate weight 1905 grams, set
    Sold as a set, includes front and rear wheel

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    Looks like you need to determine if the front hub is a 15mm hub or not.
    Also know that the Mavic rear hubs have had a reputation for wearing out a plastic bushing.
    Check to see how many spokes each wheel has: 32 spokes each will be more durable.
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