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ENVE M60 Forty 27.5 HV MTB Wheelset

M60 Forty 27.5 HV MTB Wheelset

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Engineered for getting wild.

ENVE doesn't shoot in the dark when it comes to delivering products meant to provide the best performance possible. When it came to researching and developing a wider-width rim for running larger tires, ENVE did the tests, ran the math, and their High Volume rims were the result. The ENVE M60 Forty 27.5 HV MTB wheelset is optimized for running 2.3” to 2.4” tires. That is to say, after extensive R&D, their 26 mm internal width is just wide enough to offer the least sidewall deflection without adding unnecessary rotating weight to your wheelset. The M60 series is designed to be the all-round option for riders who like to kill the climbs as much as they like to rail the descents, providing quick acceleration, precise cornering, and best-in-class durability. They're laced to 32 hole DT Swiss 240s hubset for a combination of rim and hub that delivers unparalleled quality and reliability.

Claimed wheelset is weight 1531 g. Weight per rim is 422 g. Rim depth is 28 mm. Compatible with 6-bolt rotors. Available in multiple freehub options.

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Rim Diameter: 27.5 inch 


Wheel Features: Disc Brake Compatible 


Wheel Features: Tubeless Ready 

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