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    Any stock 27+ wheels with 150x15, 177x12 hubs?

    Looking to get a summer wheelset for my Mukluk and hopefully save some money by not custom building. Seems like most 27+ wheels off the shelf are built for boost. Is anyone selling 27+ wheels (>=45mm wide rims) with 150x15mm front and 177x12mm rear hubs?

    If not, what combinations are you running?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Terp View Post
    Looking to get a summer wheelset for my Mukluk and hopefully save some money by not custom building. Seems like most 27+ wheels off the shelf are built for boost. Is anyone selling 27+ wheels (>=45mm wide rims) with 150x15mm front and 177x12mm rear hubs?

    If not, what combinations are you running?
    I have a 'stock' wheelset that I've been building heaps of this summer. The pics are of a 26" set, but I do them in 27.5" as well.

    Thus, Hugo or Scraper, 26 or 27.5 = same price.

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    I found the following cheap-o set, but in 29er

    On Sale Framed Fattie Slims/Trail x F150/R170 (MN 1.2/2.2) Wheel Set

    I am looking for something with a bigger rim so I can run 29+...so something at least 35mm. I'm having trouble finding either complete wheelsets or even hub sets. the 150x15 and 170/177 sets seems to be pretty hard to find. Will probably end up having to buy everything individually...

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