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PostPosted: Sun Feb 09, 2014 12:55 pm 
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I've just put a set of 36h r / 28h f NOS Mavic Reflex Ceramic rims with White Industries T11 hubs on my Merck - they feel AMAZING. Can't wait to get them on my Gaulzetti.

In fact I'm sorely tempted to get a second set...


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Right, classic handmade tubular wheelset will be the best ever combination of all the characteristics that decent wheels should have ;)


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