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  • Mavic XM719 MTB Rim 2014
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Mavic XM719 Rim

The rim for a high end built up Cross Mountain wheelset. Wide enough to allow the use or large volume tyre, but reasonably light, XM 719 answers all of the epic mountain biker's need.

Mavic XM719 Rim Features:

  • 6106 aluminium alloy
  • Maxtal
  • SUP
  • Traditional drilling
  • UB Control
  • Single eyelet
  • Clincher

Mavic XM719 Rim Dimensions:

  • ETRTO compatible size: 559 x 19
  • Recommended tire widths: 1.50 to 2.30
  • Valve hole diameter: 8.5 mm, supplied with valve adapter
  • Recommended nipple length: 12 mm
  • Recommended rim tape: 559 x 20 x 0.6
  • Weight: Ø 650: 475 grams

Mavic XM719 Rim Technologies:

  • Maxtal: Exclusive to Mavic. An aluminium alloy that is 30% more resistant than a 6106 alloy, for lighter and stronger rims.
  • SUP: Soudé Usiné Process. After bending, the rim joint is arc welded. The welded seam is then milled for a smooth finish. A welded and milled rim joint is extremely strong, eliminates shuddering when braking, and offers superior wheel balance.
  • UB Control: Usiné Brut Control. The braking surfaces are milled to improve braking friction and eliminate shuddering.

Buy Mavic XM719 Rim at Chain Reaction Cycles, the world's largest online cycling store.

  • Colour: Black
  • Size: 32h
  • Wheel Size: 26"
  • Option: V Brake
Rated 5 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Strong enough, and light enough I build my trekking bike wheel with this mavic 719, with 19mm width it can support wider tyre such as 2.1. It's also light enough (less than 500g per wheel), 07 March 2014
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