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    DT Swiss M1900 wheels

    Anyone have any details on these wheels? Points of engagement? Inner rim width? Number of spokes? Good for clyde? Etc.?

    I can't find anything online.

    Posting here because they are stock on several Treks.

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    These wheels came on my Fuel EX 9.8. The manufacturer's specs can be found here:

    https://www.dtswiss.com/Wheels/MTB-W...1900-Spline-en

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    I saw that, but they don't specify which hub: 250, 350, other, non-DT? And the POE isn't clear. Is it 18?

    It does list inner rim width as 22.5mm, which answers one of my questions.

    Thanks,

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    It is not the 240 hub. It is most likely the 350. I only used those wheels a few times before I bought a set of I9 trail 245s. All I can tell you is there is a huge difference in the engagement. I hope this helps.

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    It's not a star ratchet hub, so not a 240/350 etc. It uses pawls, and does not have the same reliability or upgrade possibilities of the higher end DT hubs.

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    I've got the E1900 wheels on my Remedy, how similar are they to the Ms?

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    The E1900 is pretty much the same as the M1900 but a little wider rim with a build designed for the AM/Enduro type bike. Same pawl system, no star ratchet.

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    I've got these wheels, Rem9.8-29r and they have been performing better then expected. Very stiff, plenty wide, engagement isn't terrible, hold air tubeless like a champ, still true and round after some of the bigger drops. Kinda heavy is my only complaint but a great stock wheelset so far.

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    Can the hubs/pawl system be upgraded? Or not worth the hassle..?

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    No, however the cassette carrier is convertible from Shimano to a Sram XO driver if someone is leaning Sram 1-11.

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