duckson wrote:Why not order from carbon-cycle on ebay, same wheels cheaper....or at least check the option out.
I don't think carbon-cycle has them cheaper. There's at least two major Novatec hubs used. carbon-cycle uses the cheaper/heavier A271SB + F372SB hubs. Carbonzone on ebay has the same ones I bought (A291SB+F482SB Hubs) for about the same price as I listed earlier. I don't see any reason not to go that route.
they have a new wider rim design for 2014-2015!
Angled 25mm wide brake surface, 28mm at the widest point, looks pretty good to me!
and 17.5mm inside for the carbon clincher, that's the widest I'v seen yet.
Weights are there http://www.yishunbike.com/2015-rims-wid ... 2_734.html
I'm looking at the 60mm rubies. They look nice!
simnorm wrote:Who can do a 24/28 build other than farsports? Carboncycles, hongfu, diybike dont have any 24/28 hubs
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A lot of these stores will sell rims only in many different spoke counts and you can have them built up by a local wheel builder.
Nicos wrote:It says 17.1mm inner width for the LB, but I agree wider would be even beter, it seems limited to aluminium at the moment.
Sorry, you are right; I misremembered. Yeah, I am considering the Hed C2+ for my next wheelset -- though they aren't cheap!
tharmor wrote:The November Rail has an internal width of 18mm. FYI.
Yeah, that one is also 25mm at the brake (and max 28mm?), right? And proven aero. I love the idea of the Rail but $1000 for the set of rims is a lot compared to ~$450 for LB rims (shipped). I would probably pay the premium if I were using rim brakes, though.
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