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Bontrager Line Pro 40 TLR Boost 29" MTB Wheel

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$899.50 - $1,099.50 Model 22206
A carbon TLR wheel with a 41 mm internal width, Rapid Drive 108 hubs and the added stiffness of Boost.
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Wonderfully wide

Instantly upgrade your traction and cornering performance with the Line Pro 40. The wide, durable and lightweight carbon rim perfectly supports plus tyres. The wheels are built around Rapid Drive 108 hubs for near-instant engagement to keep you powering through even the most challenging terrain.

Product details

  1. OCLV Pro Carbon offers an optimised blend of weight, strength and durability
  2. Rapid Drive 108 hub instantly transfers effort into forward momentum
  3. Tubeless Ready (TLR) rims allow for quick transition to a tubeless system upgrade
  4. Boost 110/148 and Stacked Lacing dramatically increase wheel stiffness
  5. Ultra-durable OCLV Carbon rim with 41 mm internal, 46 mm external width, 28 hole fr/r
  6. 28 front/rear DT Swiss Aerolite 14/17G bladed spokes with Alpina alloy locking nipples
  7. 6 bolt disc, Shimano 10-/11-speed, SRAM XD driver available separately
  8. Includes 21 mm TLR tape, a TLR valve and valve core removal tool

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Features

Better together

Bontrager offers a complete tubeless system including wheels, tyres, sealant, valves, and rim strips. Every part of this set-up is designed to work smoothly together, for the best in performance and ease of use.

Specifications

FT/RR Front Rear
Diameter 29" 29"
Type Tubeless Ready/Clincher Tubeless Ready/Clincher
Cassette compatibility -- Shimano
Hub width 110 mm 148 mm
Axle diameter 15 mm 12 mm
Holes 28 28
Butting 14/17/14 14/17/14
Cross section Bladed Bladed
Brake type 6-bolt disc 6-bolt disc
Attachment Thru axle Thru axle
Nipple Type Alloy locking Alloy locking
Valve Presta Presta
Weight 808g 950g

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