LW do not come with weight limits, they come with incredibly conservative, suggested rider weights for optimal performance.
Hmm, the manual (for Standard C, which you can download from their web site) says "Max. permissible total weight = rider + bicycle + luggage"
Sounds like a "weight limit" to me.
I am so proud that as someone who has never ridden the wheels in question, you can read a manual.
As someone who rides these wheels every day, I have Gen 2 (less stiff than current production) wheels, with 12 spokes.
When they were brand new (7 years ago) they were rated to 176 lbs.
I weight 220 pounds, with another 18 of clothes shoes and bike. So 238.
These are the STIFFEST and STRONGEST wheels I have ever ridden. I ride them almost every day, thousands of miles a year, on shitty roads and down big hills.
Oh yeah, that guy Lance Armstrong rode these wheels in the Tour. Do you think you put out more torque or flex a frame more than Lance Armstrong just because you are a pig?
I will tell you one more time, even though you will never ride, buy or probably see Lightweights, other than searching their internet manuals:
They are FINE for the OP at his weight.