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    What does your 29er front wheel weigh?

    I just went tubeless and knocked 200 grams off the weight of my front wheel. It now comes in at 2,101 grams. This is the entire wheel including the tire, the rotor, and the quick release.

    I would like to know what other 29er front wheels weigh so I would have an idea of how much more weight I could trim off. I am thinking of eventually upgrading to something like a Stans Arch wheelset with Hope Pro 2 hubs.

    Stats:
    Front wheel:
    Duster 29er now tubeless 2,101 grams (entire wheel including tire, rotor, and quick release)
    Tire:
    Bontrager XDX TLR 2.1 (about 710 grams)
    Bike:
    2010 Gary Fisher Rig

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    My wheelset front and back comes in around 1400 grams with skewers, no tires or rotors though...... I can't say I ever weighed them seperate or with the tires.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fattirebliss View Post
    My wheelset front and back comes in around 1400 grams with skewers, no tires or rotors though...... I can't say I ever weighed them seperate or with the tires.
    That's pretty good. Only my front wheel without tire and rotor would weigh in at about 1,130 grams.

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