Mavic Crossmax XL 29er wheelset

Discussion in 'Classifieds' started by pperrelle, Oct 20, 2018.

  1. pperrelle

    pperrelle Well-Known Member

    Location:
    Carlsbad
    Name:
    Paul
    Current Bike:
    Ibis Ripmo, Ripley & Tranny
    Garage clean up continues. Selling a Mavic Crossmax XL tubeless ready wheelset. Wheels are currently set up 12/142 & 15/100. Looks like I have the skewers and end caps to convert to quick release. Shimano freehub. These wheels are tubeless ready without the need for tape. Located in Carlsbad but I can get them to OC pretty easily. $250.

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  2. SnakeCharmer

    SnakeCharmer iMTB Addict

    Location:
    Crescenta Valley
    Name:
    Mike, aka "Snake"
    Current Bike:
    Vassago/Trek
    What's the internal width of the rims?
     
  3. pperrelle

    pperrelle Well-Known Member

    Location:
    Carlsbad
    Name:
    Paul
    Current Bike:
    Ibis Ripmo, Ripley & Tranny
    23mm
     
  4. Runs with Scissors

    Runs with Scissors iMTB Hooligan

    Location:
    West Anaheim
    Name:
    Mark Whitaker
    Current Bike:
    2015 Giant XTC Advanced 1 29er
    I got a set of those, XL Pros, but twice the price. So far they are holding up perfectly. That price is a steal...wish you'd put this up a couple months ago. :rolleyes::thumbsup:
     
  5. -ROCKY-

    -ROCKY- Member

    Location:
    Lakewood, CA
    Name:
    Rocky
    Newbie question here! What does 12/142 and 15/100 mean?
     
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  6. UPSed

    UPSed iMTB Addict

    Location:
    Simi Valley
    Name:
    Edward Bottorff
    Current Bike:
    Niner Jet 9 RDO Plus
    It means your wheels are old as :poop:!
    The first number is the axle diameter and the second is the hub spacing. (Width between the dropouts).
     
  7. Runs with Scissors

    Runs with Scissors iMTB Hooligan

    Location:
    West Anaheim
    Name:
    Mark Whitaker
    Current Bike:
    2015 Giant XTC Advanced 1 29er
    In English: Rear hub has a 12mm diameter thru-axle with the rear frame dropouts at 142mm wide.

    Front hub has a 15mm diameter thru axle with 100mm wide dropouts on the fork.
     
  8. -ROCKY-

    -ROCKY- Member

    Location:
    Lakewood, CA
    Name:
    Rocky
    Thanks ed, Both can be changed to fit your application?
     
  9. DangerDirtyD

    DangerDirtyD iMTB Rockstah

    Location:
    La Verne, CA
    Name:
    Dennis (AKA Dio)
    Current Bike:
    2013 Trek Slash 9 (26er)
    @pperrelle, do you know if there's a weight limit on the wheels? Thanks.
     
  10. UPSed

    UPSed iMTB Addict

    Location:
    Simi Valley
    Name:
    Edward Bottorff
    Current Bike:
    Niner Jet 9 RDO Plus
    Usually if they have available adapters. I would think these would fit your new bike. Do you know the hub spacing on your new bike?
     
  11. -ROCKY-

    -ROCKY- Member

    Location:
    Lakewood, CA
    Name:
    Rocky
    I don't. How do you measure that?
     
  12. Runs with Scissors

    Runs with Scissors iMTB Hooligan

    Location:
    West Anaheim
    Name:
    Mark Whitaker
    Current Bike:
    2015 Giant XTC Advanced 1 29er
    Generally you don't measure it. Check the Marin website for your model and see if it gives.
     
  13. pperrelle

    pperrelle Well-Known Member

    Location:
    Carlsbad
    Name:
    Paul
    Current Bike:
    Ibis Ripmo, Ripley & Tranny
    Not that I am aware of. These are designed as enduro wheels so they are pretty strong.
     
  14. pperrelle

    pperrelle Well-Known Member

    Location:
    Carlsbad
    Name:
    Paul
    Current Bike:
    Ibis Ripmo, Ripley & Tranny
    I believe that I have the adapters to go standard quick release for both wheels if your bike is set up that way.
     
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