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  • Why can't I find an XM481 boost front wheel?
  • Premier Icon MoseyMTB
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    I need a new boost front wheel and want to get a DT Swiss XM481 on ideally a hope Pro 4.

    Don’t these exist? I can’t find them as an option on the wheel building sites I know.

    Anyone have any info or help on where I might be successful in my search.

    Premier Icon scotroutes
    Full Member

    Build it

    Premier Icon sillyoldman
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    If 27.5 you can get the XM1501 Boost front wheel in a 30mm option which is the XM481 rim on a way better hub.

    Premier Icon metalheart
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    Try Eighteen bikes. I emailed Si for a quote for a pair XM481’s on Boost Pro4’s.

    Will be placing order with them tomorrow or Friday.

    Premier Icon MoseyMTB
    Free Member

    I’ve emailed Si 🙂 cheers

    Premier Icon metalheart
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    Glad to help. Hope it works for you. 😀

    Premier Icon simonbowns
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    Cheers guys!

    Premier Icon scotroutes
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    Mosey – any chance of getting that bike back soon? It looks like I might have another deserving cause to support 😆

    Premier Icon tmb467
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    Moonglu have em as an option on their site too

    £500 for handbuit Boost Hope Pro4 / XM481

    Premier Icon hatter
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    Yup, Moonglu or 18 bikes if you want to go handbuilt.

    Or just get the 30 mm XM Spine 1’s, same rim with 240 hubs and all the gubbins included, bit more cash though.

    Premier Icon tomaso
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    These guys in Germany buildgreat wheels and have the option you require.
    actionsports weblink to boost hope xm481

    Premier Icon wrecker
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    I have a set of 481’s on 240’s from moonglu.
    Neil builds a good wheel, but deffo upgrade the nipples. I have just replaced two which snapped. I don’t know what he uses as standard but they weren’t the DT Swiss torx ones.

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