Specifications

UL Discwheel 20″ Vers. BEACH – (they will not corrode with salt water!)
light-alloy rim, double-walled, anodized, 16″-100mm wide
36 spokes, stainless steel, 3mm/2,6mm, straight flat head 6mm 
light-alloy hub, flange 60mm, ball bearings 6004 – 42/20/12 mm
between ball baerings the inner distance bushes are made from stainless steel 
tire 20″-4 1/4″ (nomenclature bicycle) outer diameter about 560mm (22″), about 100mm (4″) wide
Those wheels withstand massive lateral forces

weighs only ~4 kgs (8.8 lb), little bit variation depending on choice of the tire
(wheel without tire: ~2,8 kg, tire: ~0,9 kg,  cover discs: ~0,3 kg => ~4 kg)

connection size for rear axle bolt is around 90mm length (rear axle bolt min. 120mm) – connection size for front axle is around 120mm length
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UL Discwheel 20″ Vers. NABX – (they will not corrode with salt water!)
light-alloy rim, double-walled, anodized, 16″-47mm wide
36 spokes, stainless steel, 3mm/2,6mm, straight flat head 6mm
light-alloy hub, flange 60mm, ball bearings 6004 – 42/20/12 mm
between ball baerings the inner distance bushes are made from stainless steel
tire 16″-2 3/4″ (nomenclature motorcycle) outer diameter is about 550mm (21″) and the tire is about 75mm (3″) wide
Those wheels withstand massive lateral forces

 weighs only ~4 kgs (8.8 lb), little bit variation depending on choice of the tire
(wheel without tire: ~1,8 kg, tire: ~1,9 kg, cover discs: ~0,3 kg => ~4 kg)

connection size for rear axle bolt is around 80mm length (rear axle bolt min. 110mm) – connection size for front axle is around 80mm length
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UL Discwheel 20″ Vers. WET  – (they will not corrode with salt water!)
weighs only ~2,8 kgs
(6,2 lb)- with a light tire 3″ [75mm]. Those wheels are destinated for usage on a wet tidal flat or hard beach or riding tiny land sailers. Rim, spokes an the hub is the same as in configuration NABX. Therefor those wheels also withstand massive lateral forces.
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Note well:
Outer bushes (spacer) may be used in order to align the wheel well fitted symmetrical in the front fork. Bushes – inner or outer – must have a correct 90 degree angle at the front edge of bushes. Therefor the bushes must be produced with a lathe in order to cut correctly square the bush. It´s important for the duration of life of ball bearings. Instead of very short bushes – in case of small forks – you also can apply a packet of washers each side.

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