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DT SWISS Hub front 350 Straightpull Disc 6-Hole 15x110 mm BOOST Thru Axle

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DT SWISS Front Hub 350 Straightpull Disc 6-Hole 15x110 mm BOOST Thru Axle

Hubs from DT Swiss 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 in fact significantly more resistant than most competitors on the market. Just unpack, install in the bike and forget. The 350 hubs are also extremely user-friendly, so no clearance has to be set and the maintenance intervals are needed, if at all, only at long intervals. Should service be necessary after tens of thousands of kilometers, thanks to the DT Swiss plug-in system, the hubs can be disassembled and maintained within a few minutes without special tools. The tried and tested flange geometry forms the perfect basis for durable and stiff wheels. Using straight spokes - Straightpull - reduces the load on the spokes and reduces the risk of spoke breaks to a minimum!

Technical specifications:

bearing : 2-fold over stainless steel ball bearings
Material: aluminum
axle type : 15x110 mm BOOST floating axle
Number of holes: 28
Brake mount: 6-hole
Spacing pattern: crossed only
Spoke tension: 1200N
Color: black with white decals

Weight: 147g

INFO: DT Swiss 350 front hubs, which are designed for a 15 mm rear axle system (QR15), have no through axle inside the hub body. This means that the ball bearings directly on the 15 mm thru axle - which connects the impeller with the fork, supported. For this reason, most tuning thru axles (eg Carbon Ti, Shift Up, Extralite, etc.) can not be used with this type of hub. All tuning thru axles, which are externally butted in the middle part, are not suitable because the ball bearings can not be supported on the thru axle.