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#6 out of 170 Wheels
Brand: Easton



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  • Syd Patricio
    *****

    Now wider and stronger the new Havocs are awesome. Truely shread worthy. The added strenght did not come at a cost of weight. The lighter weight is a welcome as well. Only comes with a 20mm front though. Other than that you have a choice of rear spacing which is cool. Awesome graphics as well.

    Pros
    Improved hub and rim design over previous models.
    Now UST.

    Cons
    None

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  • Syd Patricio
    *****

    I love these wheels they work great and roll so well. If your into hitting gnarly trails these are a must have. Also these will work on 20mm QR15mm and QR9mm front axle.

    Pros
    A great wheelset at any price. Super cassette body which works very well. Tough wheels that can take abuse

    Cons
    None

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  • Suvacrew
    *****

    The local LBS suggested I go with these after I taco'd a set of DT 1540's on a channeled rock garden. Their entire XC squad uses them..and I figured what the heck. I have continued to abuse these within an inch of MY life and they have yet to even garner a spoke ping. Their weight isn;t that much of a factor on race day climbs as you can catch anything lost while bombing technical downhills and obstacles with confidence. I don't hesitate to take to the air to clear some obstacles with these. They have surpassed my expectations. Mated with the Rampage 2.35...an almost unbeatable combo.

    Pros
    Can be found on sale. The Thru Axle is a quick change out w/o tools. Weight vs Sturdiness is within tolerances to race XC on. Easton wheels are coming on strong in MTB and Road.

    Cons
    You'll want to do PM on the hubs every 6 months.

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  • bstill30
    *****

    If you ride techical trails, all mountain or freeride, these are a great set.

    Pros
    Tough set of wheels with rugged hubs and easily converts from 9mm to 20mm without any tools.

    Cons
    Weight, but I'm a trail rider, so having strong wheels is worth it.

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