Light Clincher Tubeless Carbon Wheelset

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moyboy
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by moyboy

Hi Folks,

Any options out there for a light clincher Tubeless wheelset? other than the enve 3.4 ses?

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The new Mavic wheels are a step up from the older ones. We've tested the rim/tire and it works amazingly well. Also the Mavic hubs are better than they were in the part.
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by moyboy

Did you test the Cosmic Pro Carbon SL UST ?

cwdzoot wrote:The new Mavic wheels are a step up from the older ones. We've tested the rim/tire and it works amazingly well. Also the Mavic hubs are better than they were in the part.

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We tested the Comete and the ksyrium only but the tires and the rim bed is the same for all the wheels as far as how the tubeless works.
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Pinarello F10 - Ultegra 6800 - Carbonspeed C38 - Tubeless

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DT Swiss Mon Chasserals are also nice, on the narrower side, but very nice.

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Specialized roval

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I am running a new set of Bontrager Aeolus 5 TLRs shod with R3s. Quite impressive.

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Giant SLR 0 wheelset is light, carbon and tubeless.

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Giant wheels have a higher delamination temperature than Zipps, Enve’s and Reynolds.


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izza wrote:Giant wheels have a higher delamination temperature than Zipps, Enve’s and Reynolds.


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What about reyolds aeros? Theyve got I9 hubs etc and seem great and priced well enough, but i never seem to see any or hear or read anything about them....wtf? Thinking of a set myself next year perhaps. Anybody know why reynolds seems to have virtually dropped off the radar?

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