DT SWISS front hub 350 Straightpull Disc Center Lock 15x110 mm thru axle BOOST | 28 holes
DT Swiss hubs enjoy the reputation of being almost indestructible. And not without reason. Thanks to high-quality industrial bearings made of stainless steel and effective seals, DT Swiss hubs are actually significantly more resistant than most of the competitors on the market. Simply unpack, install in the bike and forget. The 350 hubs are also designed to be extremely user-friendly, so no bearing play has to be set and the maintenance intervals are only necessary at long intervals, if at all. Should a service be necessary after tens of thousands of kilometers, the hubs can be dismantled and serviced within a few minutes without special tools thanks to the DT Swiss plug-in system. The flange geometry, which has been tried and tested for years, forms the perfect basis for durable and stiff impellers. By using straight spokes - straight pull - the stress on the spokes is reduced and the risk of spoke breaks is reduced to a minimum!
intended use : Cross Country, Marathon, All Mountain, Enduro
Material: aluminum, steel
axle type : 15x110 mm plug axis (BOOST / outboard)
Number of holes: 28 holes
Brake disc mount: Center Lock
bearing : 2x industrial bearing
Seal: labyrinth rubber seals
Spoke type: straight pull spokes
Spoke tension: 1200N
Maximum system weight: without limitation (driver, bike, clothing and possibly luggage)
Color: black, white
Weight according to the manufacturer: 138g
Weight weighed: 139g
Scope of delivery: 1x DT Swiss 350 Straightpull Disc Centerlock 15x110 mm Boost front hub | 28 holes
You can find a detailed instruction manual here .
INFO: DT Swiss 350 front hubs, which are intended for a 15 mm thru-axle system (QR15), do not have a continuous axle within the hub body. This means that the ball bearings are located directly on the 15 mm thru axle - which
the impeller connects to the fork. For this reason, most tuning thru axles (e.g. Carbon Ti, Shift Up, Extralite etc.) cannot be used with this type of hub. All tuning thru axles, which are butted on the outside in the middle part, are not suitable because the ball bearings cannot be supported on the thru axle.