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Wolf Tooth Components adds Syntace X-12 compatible axles to the mix

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If your bike is equipped with a Sytace X-12 axle system, there’s good news – if you’re also looking for a replacement axle. Adding to their current options for replacement axles, Wolf Tooth Components has just announced two new axles that are specifically designed for the X-12 system.

Wolf Tooth Components adds Syntace X-12 compatible axles to the mix

That means that they include a conical washer at the end which is necessary for them to fit into X-12 frames like those from Specialized, Cannondale, Intense, 3T, Canyon, and more. They are also compatible with the WTC end caps which may add some frame protection in the event of a crash, plus they’re compatible with their trainer end caps so you can put your bike on the trainer using the same axle.

Wolf Tooth Components adds Syntace X-12 compatible axles to the mix

The two versions are meant for standard 12 x 142mm frames or Boost 12 x 148mm frames. Made in the U.S. from 7075-T6 aluminum with a stainless steel conical washer, the axles have a claimed weight of 42/43g and sell for $39.95 each.

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Kyle Jordan
Kyle Jordan
3 years ago

Can we get photos of the bike in the background?

y3
y3
3 years ago

Added to the list at https://y3m.net/thru-axles/

hamjam
hamjam
3 years ago
Reply to  y3

Why did you make this?

Kyle Jordan
Kyle Jordan
3 years ago
Reply to  hamjam

It’s great! Helpful for the people. Wish the whole industry did this.

y3
y3
3 years ago
Reply to  hamjam

What else is there?

Charles
Charles
3 years ago

It’s an S-Works Crux with gumwalls.

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