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ORANGATANG / The Cage /73mm /set of 4
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ORANGATANG The Cage 73mm

Tall and charming, The Cage holds it together with an air of calm and collected charisma… but is always prepared to lose its shit and get wild.
The Cage is here to deliver when the script calls for inordinate momentum, firm yet pliable grip, and high-speed slides.
Step away from the bike… and get your downhill fix on four wheels.

Poured in our new PeachyThane formula.


Available in 3 different harden and colors:

80a Orange
83a Purple
86a Yellow

 

Set of 4!!

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Technical Specifications
 
Bearing seat Standard (DxL=22x7mm)
Colour intensity
Opaque
LipRounded
Made in:
USA
Packing unitSet of 4
Product weight kg
0.50 kg
Required Spacer length Standard 10mm
SidewallConvex
Use
Free Ride
Wheel colour
Yellow
Orange
Violet
Wheel durometer /producer info
80A
83A
86A
Wheel materialPU
Wheel size
73 mm
Wheel width
44 mm
Wheel-Contact patch
48 mm
Wheel-hub colour
Red
Wheel-hub diameter at spacer
19 mm
Wheel-hub materialPU
Wheel-hub settingCentered
Wheel-hub sidesetting
12 mm
Wheel-hub ventilationNo
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