Stans Iron Cross Comp Wheel (Front) (6-Bolt Disc)

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Stans Iron Cross Comp Wheels bring true tubeless performance to cyclocross, offering the low-pressure capabilities of a tubular with the convenience of a clincher. Genuine Bead Socket Technology low-profile sidewalls and a wide profile maximize tire volume so you can corner harder and roll faster. Chose the lighter, faster Iron Cross to take you over the barriers and onto the top step.

Includes 9x100mm quick-release end caps and skewers, as well as 15mm front through axle end caps.

  • Stans Iron Cross Comp Rim:
    • Designed for cyclocross
    • Comp versions feature Neo hubs with 10 engagement and Sapim Race spokes
    • BST rim designed for low-pressure cyclocross tires
    • New faster engaging, 100% CNC machined Neo hubs
    • Lightweight, low-profile rim design for better cornering and faster rolling
    • Sapim Secure Lock aluminum nipples
    • 32 spokes
    • Adapters available for all current axle systems
  • Neo Hub:
    • Stronger, lighter 100% precision CNC machined hub shell
    • Swaged axle and wide bearing stance is 3x stronger than conventional designs
    • High durometer main seal integrated into hub shell
    • Laser-etched SealLock end caps lock into place and roll smoother
    • 100% Precision CNC Hub Shell
    • Oversized Chrome bearings (6802 to 6902 = +4mm OD and +2mm Wide)
    • Integrated High Durometer Seal
    • Seven Step Swaged and Centerless Ground Axle for strength and precision
    • Slip-Fit axle ends for easy conversions

Front Axle Options: 15x100mm TA (out of box), 9x100mm QR (adapter included)   
Brake Options: 6 bolt IS (No rim brake track)
Max Rider Weight: 200lbs
Max Pressure: 45psi
Weights: 385g (rim), 1662g (Comp wheelset)

  • Pre-installed tape for tubeless use
  • Presta valve
  • 9x100mm QR axle ends and skewer

This product was added to our catalog on January 8, 2016.