2019 Trek Emonda SLR H1 Rim Brake (6,165g)

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Rich_W
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Klaster_1 wrote:
Sat Nov 10, 2018 4:37 am
Wow, that's narrow. My 26mm Cayuse Pass EL (200g) measure ~26mm on 21mm ID rims.
I’m baffled by this. Both the Compass and Grand Bois banded Panaracers measure 25.3mm

As for the handing, they both suck in corners compared to cotton tires.


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new fat, light, and wide rolling stock...

25mm deep Carbon Clinchers/Bitex RAF10 RAR9/CX Rays – 1278g (25mm wide, 18mm I.D.)
Grand Bois 28mm Extra Leger Tires – 208g ea (28.4mm actual)
Challenge Latex SL Tubes – 59g ea
Carbon Ti X-Lock Ti Skewers – 39g

weight as pictured – 6165g (13.6 lbs.)

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25mm Clincher, Bitex RAF10-20h, Sapim CXRays, Dbl Square Drive Nipples 562
25mm Clincher, Bitex RAR9-24h, Sapim CXRays, Dbl Square Drive Nipples 716
Veloplugs 44 x 8mm 6
Carbon Ti X-Lock Ti Skewers 39
Grand Bois 700 x 28 Extra Leger 208
Grand Bois 700 x 28 Extra Leger 208
Challenge Latex SL 59
Challenge Latex SL 59
2019 Emonda SLR H1 Frame, Stops, Hangers 709
2019 Emonda SLR H1 Fork - Cut 275
BB95 80
Headset 104
Chain Keeper 20
Bontrager XXX Carbon Bottle Cages 36
DuoTrap S 20
Fizik Aliante R1 186
Seat Mast - 175mm - 20mm Setback 154
Fizik R1 Cryano Bull - 42cm 194
Fizik R1 - 110mm 130
Bar Tape & Plugs 38
K-Edge Wahoo Aero Mount 40
Dura Ace STI - R9100 370
Dura Ace Cables - Cut 156
Dura Ace BR - R9110 - F 152
Dura Ace BR - R9110 - RS 148
Dura Ace FD - R9100 - Braze-On 72
Dura Ace RD - R9100 - Medium 160
Dura Ace FC - R9100 - 53/39 - 172.5 640
Dura Ace CS - 11-30 208
KMC x11SL Chain - Cut 230
Keo Blade Ti 186

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6165 13.59
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Rich_W wrote:
Sat Dec 08, 2018 8:22 pm
Grand Bois 28mm Extra Leger Tires – 208g ea
Isn't that kinda light for a 28mm tire? What's the measured width and rim ID?

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Klaster_1 wrote:
Sun Dec 09, 2018 4:00 am
Rich_W wrote:
Sat Dec 08, 2018 8:22 pm
Grand Bois 28mm Extra Leger Tires – 208g ea
Isn't that kinda light for a 28mm tire? What's the measured width and rim ID?
Calipers show the tires are 28.4mm wide. Rim ID is 18mm, Rim OD is 25mm

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Rich_W wrote:
Sun Dec 09, 2018 12:00 pm
Calipers show the tires are 28.4mm wide. Rim ID is 18mm, Rim OD is 25mm
This thread confirms the weight. Damn, now I'll have to think about yet another tire swap and maybe even lose some grams, 2x176g GBs would yield 50g. Thanks for the tip!

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Looks nice, well set up...
"It's not the destination...it's the ride!"

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Wingnut wrote:
Thu Dec 13, 2018 11:11 am
Looks nice, well set up...
Thanks Wingnut -- rides like budda

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How do you like those skewers? They seem really light, is the 39 for both or one?


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Duplicate post. :beerchug:
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mcfarton wrote:
Mon Dec 24, 2018 8:29 pm
How do you like those skewers? They seem really light, is the 39 for both or one?

Meh... but they look great on the scale! :thumbup: so far so good. I’ll see if I change my mind come spring.

39g for the pair. They seem to put adequate pressure on the dropouts to hold the wheels adequately under load. Can’t get them to slip while riding. Super fine thread pitch allows you to dial them in just right to close the cams. Definitely a delicate item tho. I have dt Swiss RWS on the shelf as backup.

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Thanks for the pro tip! I ordered a set of the dt Swiss. And you bike is sweet. It is very similar to what I would choose if I went new.


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