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Finding out the correct axle width

theblarneytheblarney Posts: 102
edited March 2013 in MTB workshop & tech

This maybe a silly question so apologies but...

I have a Scott Aspect 40 2012 Mountain bike and I am thinking of upgrading the wheels on it to tubeless. I am unsure of the correct axle width as the Easton wheels im looking at have a 9mm and 15mm front option and the rear have options like 10mm and 12mm.

I think my bike will be the standard 9mmQR front and 10mmqr rear but how do I find out. I was hoping there was a more concrete way of finding out apart from getting a tape measure out as when you are working in mm, mistakes would be easy.




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