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How to: Torque Cap Conversion

How to Video:

Torque Cap Conversion

In this video we explain you the difference between standard and TORQUE CAP end caps. As well we show you the available kits and how to convert our Hubs & Wheels.

The TORQUE CAPS are a solution to convert DT Swiss Hubs & Wheels for the special fork dropouts from Rock Shox.

TORQUE CAP kits for:
180 white & 240 front hubs
1250 SPLINE wheels
1501 SPLINE ONE model year 2016
– Item number: HWGXXX0009101S

350 & 370 hubs
1700 SPLINE wheels
1900 SPLINE wheels
– Item number: HWGXXX0009100S

180 black hubs
1200 SPLINE wheels
1501 SPLINE ONE model year 2017
– Item number: HWGXXX0009102S

Required tools:
– DT Swiss Tool for 350 front hubs (Item number: HWTXXX00N5290S)
– Soft Blow Mallet
– General Bearing Grease (Used Grease in the video: MULTI-PURPOSE GREASE 20GR – Item number: HXTXXX00NMG20S)

 

Do you need support or do you have further question to this topic? Please get in contact with your DT Swiss Service Center.

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There are 44 comments on this post
  1. Per Sweden
    November 09, 2018, 9:58 am

    Hello. What TorqueCaps-kit for my DT Swiss X1675 Spline boost CL, on a Scott Spark 2019. can you get me info ?

    • DT Swiss
      November 09, 2018, 3:51 pm

      Hello Per, thank you for the question. The following Torque Cap kit is required for your front wheel: HWGXXX0009100S. Kind Regards, Andrew – DT Swiss USA

  2. Paulo Magalhães
    November 08, 2018, 1:36 am

    I have a xr1501 spline 25mm boost front wheel. I want to buy torque caps. I dont Know if is 1st generation or 2nd generation. The hub is 240s centerlock. Can you help me?

    • DT Swiss
      November 08, 2018, 11:07 am

      Hi Paulo, first generation XR 1501 was not available with 25mm rims, your wheels are for sure 2nd generation. Best regards, Kai

  3. Frantisek
    October 17, 2018, 2:43 pm

    Hello,

    I’m trying to figure out whether I need HWGXXX0009102S or HWGXXX0009101S torque cap set for my DT Swiss EX 1501 Spline One 27.5″ front wheel 25mm currently 15/100mm axle bought in February 2017.

    Any reliable way to distinguish between the 2016 and 2017 model year? The information you provide here is really not sufficient and retailers seem to be confused as well. Some say HWGXXX0009102S is for Spline One 1501 2. Gen. from May 2017, others claim it’s 2016+ … really frustrating.

    • DT Swiss
      October 17, 2018, 3:49 pm

      Hello Frantisek, thank you for the question. If you remove one of the endcaps from your front hub, and measure the outer diameter of the internal hub axle, it will be either 17mm OD (2nd Gen.) or 18mm OD (1st Gen).

      If the axle measures 17mm OD, you will need torque cap kit: HWGXXX0009102S

      If the axle measures 18mm OD, you will need torque cap kit: HWGXXX0009101S

      Also, the 1st Gen. Spline One wheels have a silver & black hub shell with a DT Swiss “1” logo.

      Please also note that the above kits do not convert a 15x100mm hub to 15x110mm (or vice versa).

      Kind Regards, Andrew – DT Swiss USA

  4. Jon
    October 13, 2018, 4:46 pm

    Hi
    I have a 240 boost centerlock hub that I want to convert to torque caps. Do I need a tool to remove the existing end caps? Or do they pull off with a vice (as in the video)?
    Thanks
    Jon

    • DT Swiss
      October 15, 2018, 12:38 pm

      Hi Jon, 240s boost and standard hubs have identical endcaps, they can be removed as shown in the video.
      Best regards, Kai

  5. Nicholas Porter
    October 04, 2018, 8:36 am

    Can my bike shop order a hub With torque caps already installed? Specifically a 350, 6 bolt, 15 x 110. Part number please 🙂

    • DT Swiss
      October 04, 2018, 3:41 pm

      Hi Nicholas, thanks for the question. Sorry, we do not offer a hub with torque caps already installed. The 350 front hub torque cap kit is part number HWGXXX0009100S. Kind Regards, Andrew – DT Swiss USA

  6. Matthew
    September 30, 2018, 7:17 am

    I believe I need the standard endcaps (HWGXXX0004785S) for use with a 15x110mm non-torque cap fork (fox 36 boost). Everywhere I search for this end cap by it’s model number it is listed as 15x100mm. Is this because the same end cap is used for the boost and non-boost hubs? If I buy this standard end cap for my dt swiss 350 boost hug will it fill the 110mm gap in my fox boost fork?

    • DT Swiss
      October 01, 2018, 3:35 pm

      Hi Matthew, yes – that is the correct kit for your 350 hub. Our boost and non-boost hubs use the same length endcaps because the hub shell on boost hubs is wider. Kind Regards, Andrew – DT Swiss USA

  7. Jim
    September 06, 2018, 5:39 pm

    Does the stock E1900 wheelset on a Canyon Torque accept Torque Caps?

    • DT Swiss
      September 07, 2018, 10:21 am

      Hello Jim,

      yes, it’s possible to install torque caps on your E1900 front wheel. The kit part number is HWGXXX0009100S, and your preferred local bike shop can order this kit from our distributors. An installation video for the kit may be found here: https://www.dtswiss.com/en/support/how-to-videos/.
      Thank you for the question and have a great week.

      Kind Regards, Andrew – DT Swiss USA

  8. Chris
    August 22, 2018, 6:40 pm

    Do you make a torque cap conversion for my 2017 Trek Remedy 9.8? It has the Boost 110 spacing. I believe the hub is made by Trek but internals are DT Swiss.

    • DT Swiss
      August 23, 2018, 4:14 pm

      Hello Chris,

      thank you for the question. Unless the hub is made by DT Swiss (it will have a DT Swiss serial number on the hub shell – please see: https://youtu.be/1eNFxhTTTU4) we would not have a torque cap conversion kit for it. If you do not see a DT Swiss serial number on the hub shell, I would suggest contacting your local Trek dealer for any options they may have for your hub.

      Kind Regards,

      Andrew – DT Swiss USA

  9. Elliott
    July 19, 2018, 4:24 pm

    Thanks Andrew! If I get a non-Torque Cap 15x110mm fork (like a Boosted Fox or MRP) will I need to get those same end caps to take up the space?

    • DT Swiss
      July 20, 2018, 10:06 am

      Hi Elliott, yes, that is correct – you will want the standard endcaps (HWGXXX0004785S) for a 15x110mm non-torque cap fork.

      Kind Regards,
      Andrew – DT Swiss USA

  10. Elliott
    July 19, 2018, 9:10 am

    Hi, I might have the same issue as Troy: I have a set of Spline M1700s with Torque Caps (they have been used with a 15x110mm 2017 Lyrik). I need this front wheel to work with a 15x100mm MRP Ribbon for a replacement fork for the summer while my Lyrik is being serviced. Are there end caps that can reduce the space left by the boosted Torque Cap removal and that make this hub compatible with a “regular” 15x100mm fork? Thanks for the possibly redundant question.

    • DT Swiss
      July 19, 2018, 4:00 pm

      Hi Elliott, no problem, that is a common question. Unfortunately, it’s not possible to convert a Boost 110mm hub to 100mm, this is because the location of the brake mount differs on 100mm hubs (the hub shell is actually narrower). You can replace your torque caps with standard endcaps (HWGXXX0004785S, for M1700), but the spacing will still be 110mm.

      Kind Regards,
      Andrew DT Swiss – USA.

  11. Ben
    July 07, 2018, 5:20 am

    Hi guys
    I also have the same comment as Smokey,
    My lyrik has torque cap compatibility and is non boost – 15×100. Running e1900 spline (stock with YT Capra 2016) any joy with getting a cap replacement? Thank you

    • DT Swiss
      July 13, 2018, 11:41 am

      Hi Ben, thank you for the question. The torque cap kit for your E1900 front hub is part number: HWGXXX0009100S. This kit works for Boost or non-boost 350/370 hubs (and it does not change the existing axle spacing of the hub).

      Kind Regards,
      Andrew – DT Swiss USA.

  12. Smokey
    June 20, 2018, 9:13 pm

    Hi there,
    Do you have torque caps to fit my spline E1900 15×100 (non boost)
    Thanks

    • DT Swiss
      June 21, 2018, 8:37 am

      Hi Smokey,

      thanks for your comment. There are some conversion kits for 1900 SPLINE wheels – > https://www.dtswiss.com/en/support/conversion-charts/torque-cap/

      But as far as we know there does not exist a non-boost fork for Torque Caps. It is not possible to convert a non-boost hub to boost dimension.

      Kind regards,

      Sandro
      DT Swiss

  13. Lander
    May 04, 2018, 7:20 pm

    Hello,
    I have bought by mistake a front e1700 spline two 29′ for 20×110 and 6 bolt disc fitting.
    Could I adapt it to 15×110? What will be the correct adapter?
    Thank you!

    • DT Swiss
      May 08, 2018, 10:38 am

      Hi there,

      I’m sorry that you got the wrong wheel. Regarding conversion, I had to tell you that there is no adapter kit available for your front wheel. There will be just two possibilities: 1st change the front hub or try to replace the complete wheel.

      Best regards,

      Friso
      DT Swiss

  14. Troy
    March 28, 2018, 1:43 pm

    I have purchased a new set of M1700 Spline two 30, 27.5 which are 110 and 148 hub width, is it possible to reduce the hub width to 100 and 138? I think I made a mistake in buying these.. please help with a conversation kit..
    Thanks

    • DT Swiss
      March 28, 2018, 3:30 pm

      Hi Troy,

      I’m sorry but it isn’t possible to convert a hub from boost (110 & 148) to non-boost (100 & 142) because the hub shell distance is different.

      Kind regards,

      Sandro
      DT Swiss

  15. Andres Salmon
    November 05, 2017, 10:41 pm

    Hello there.

    I have a set of 240 hubs into a Santa Cruz Bronson CC. This bike came with a RockShox Pike RCT3 but now I am switching to a Fox 36. Which set is suitable to exchange the endcaps from RockShox to Fox?

    Thanks in advice, Andres

    • DT Swiss
      November 06, 2017, 8:47 am

      Hi Andres,

      thanks for your message. Please get in contact with our Service Center. They can help you for sure. Contact: service@dtswiss.com

      Kind regards,

      Sandro
      DT Swiss

  16. Stefan mathews
    October 23, 2017, 9:30 am

    I am enquiring if DT Xmc 1200 27.5 wheel set can be adapted from 10/100 to 10/110 and 12/142 to12/148.
    And what adapters are required if possible.
    Regards, Stefan

    • DT Swiss
      October 23, 2017, 11:50 am

      Hi Stefan

      No, it isn’t possible to covert non-boost (100 or 142mm) hubs to boost (110 or 148) hubs.

      Kind regards,

      Sandro
      DT Swiss

  17. Glenn
    October 16, 2017, 5:18 pm

    Hi

    I have a set of spline ex1501 one25 wheels from a 2017 merida one sixty 8000. The front wheel comes with torque caps fitted to the boost hub but please can you tell me the part number to convert these for use as 15×110 with fox or other forks.

    Thanks

    • DT Swiss
      October 17, 2017, 11:56 am

      Hello,
      no Problem, to convert your wheelset to regular 15/110 mm, you will need to order:
      HWGXXX00S6283S FW Adapter Kit 15/100mm Spline 1501 / Spline 1200
      The difference between 15/110 mm and 15/100 mm is just the hub body and the axle, so the 15/110 mm endcaps are exactly the same like on 15/100 mm hubs.

      Best regards,
      Julia
      DT Swiss

  18. MIhaly Berkes
    October 04, 2017, 8:07 am

    Hi,

    I have a 2016 Trek Sesssion 8 DH, with original equipment.
    Wheels are: DT Swiss FR 2150.
    Fork is: Rock Shox Boxxer RC
    I have lost one of those torque caps from the front wheels.
    Can you please send me an item number, so that I can order this replacement part?
    I can not find anywhere this small part, and I need to ride on Saturday :(…
    Please send me a message to: shop@wettools.com

    Looking forward to your response,
    Mihaly

    • DT Swiss
      October 05, 2017, 3:23 pm

      Hi Mihaly,

      we sent you an e-mail.

      Kind regards,

      Sandro
      DT Swiss

  19. Kyle
    September 20, 2017, 7:55 am

    I own a set of M1900 Spline boost wheels which came with torque caps.If I would like to use these wheels in a fork other than rockshox, what part number do I need for the regular (non-torque) end caps?

  20. Mickaël Mathieu
    September 06, 2017, 3:07 pm

    Hello.

    I’m looking for an information. Does my front wheel is compatible with torque caps. This is the oem wheel of a Canyon strive cf 7.0 DT spline 1650.

    Regards.

    • DT Swiss
      September 11, 2017, 12:08 pm

      In regarding that your wheel is a customer specific product we can’t tell you with guarantee. Please get in contact with Canyon to get sure.

  21. Evgeny
    August 29, 2017, 6:10 am

    Hi
    Recenrly purchased xm1501 2017 boost wheelset. The wheelset come with 240 centerlock hubs

    HWGXXX0009101S Was purchased in order to use torque caps.
    I checked the description for this item before
    “Fits 15mm Boost-spaced front hubs as well as 15x100mm Centerlock hubs
    Does not fit 240s 15x100mm 6-bolt”
    Fit 15mm boost front hubs!!!
    But it doesnt fit in xm1501 boost front hub

    The description is wrong and confusing

    After i was unable to fit it i found there is HWGXXX0009102S kit

    This kit have no description for 240 hubs but have description for 2016+ 1501 wheelset.

    Now i’m still not sure if HWGXXX0009102S will be fit my front wheel

    Pls. Advice

    • DT Swiss
      August 29, 2017, 10:03 am

      Hi,

      we just sent an email with to you with our comments.

      Best regards
      DT Swiss Team

  22. Anna Pantenkova
    July 30, 2017, 10:47 pm

    Hello! What kit is compatible with the 240s 6 bolt 15×100 hubs? Ones that has threaded end caps.

    • DT Swiss
      August 07, 2017, 1:47 pm

      Hello Anna,
      I’m sorry but I have to tell you that there is no TorqueCap conversion kit available for the 240OS ( the ones with the threaded end caps ). The Hub you’re using is generally designed to be used with 20mm axles. As the TorqueCap forks have been designed to be used with 15mm hubs, we created just for those hubs the conversion kits.

      Kind regards,

      Friso
      DT Swiss

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