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c60rider
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ultimobici wrote:
c60rider wrote:According to the Sigmasport website the standard clincher version and disc brake versions are going to be available by 21st July

https://www.sigmasport.co.uk/item/Mavic ... r-Rim/FXY9

Oh dear! A full month away. Oh well, better contact Condor Cycles. 28s & 32s in stock now!!


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Not according to their website, only the old version are even listed. You have a link?

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They arrived Friday. I have to process them Monday. Pm me.


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ultimobici wrote:
stormur wrote:Clincher pressure limit 6bar. Joke.

Where do you get the impression there's a 6 bar limit?
he made it up. 9.5 bar for 23mm tyres. 6.7 bar for 32mm. Extrapolate between those limits. Which is odd actually, i can't remember seeing mavic officially covering tyre sizes outside of etrto guidelines before now.

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ultimobici wrote:They arrived Friday. I have to process them Monday. Pm me.


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Hi tried to PM you but seems I haven't got the option to be able to do that but would like a pair of the rim brake version

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ultimobici wrote:They arrived Friday. I have to process them Monday. Pm me.


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Hi tried to PM you but seems I haven't got the option to be able to do that but would like a pair of the rim brake version

What drilling? Have 40 32s & a handful of 28s just arrived. Not sure about availability of 24s.


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ultimobici wrote:
c60rider wrote:
ultimobici wrote:They arrived Friday. I have to process them Monday. Pm me.


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Hi tried to PM you but seems I haven't got the option to be able to do that but would like a pair of the rim brake version

What drilling? Have 40 32s & a handful of 28s just arrived. Not sure about availability of 24s.


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32s to go with the record hubs I'm having de-anodised and polished up

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ultimobici wrote:
stormur wrote:Clincher pressure limit 6bar. Joke.

Where do you get the impression there's a 6 bar limit?


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I didn't get impression, Just noted fact. Reading manufacturers warning decal on the rim :mrgreen:

The only impression here is yours that I can be wrong ( caused by unbelivably low value, which is basically disqualifying for road rim ) . But I'm not.

https://scontent-arn2-1.xx.fbcdn.net/v/ ... e=59D99D10

mattr : don't reply for me. if you want to know my opinion/ knowledge source- ask, don't guess. And definitely do not imply your guesswork as my reply. Clear ?
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stormur wrote:
ultimobici wrote:
stormur wrote:Clincher pressure limit 6bar. Joke.

Where do you get the impression there's a 6 bar limit?


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I didn't get impression, Just noted fact. Reading manufacturers warning decal on the rim :mrgreen:

The only impression here is yours that I can be wrong ( caused by unbelivably low value, which is basically disqualifying for road rim ) . But I'm not.

https://scontent-arn2-1.xx.fbcdn.net/v/ ... e=59D99D10

Odd. The rims I am using have no such label, nor do the production ones.



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And the pictures I've seen of the rim stickers have the limits I've posted on them.

Unless someone's just mocked up from the old rims.

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mattr : don't reply for me. if you want to know my opinion/ knowledge source- ask, don't guess. And definitely do not imply your guesswork as my reply. Clear ?
i have very little interest in your opinion or knowledge. So that's alright. :roll:

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OK. So double checked the rims we have and they have the same sticker. Mavic confirm that this relates to the maximum pressure with tubeless, 6 bar. Tyres & tubes maximum is 7 bar.


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So Mavic went to the point where (inner) width of rim limits its purpose. Maybe not radically, but still. other Q is max spoke tension ;) to not ask why it's not asymmetric.

Can't see the point having DT R411 at (almost) every shop...and cheaper.
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C36 wrote:Any idea on rim height?


Impossible to find at the moment :(

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[quote="ultimobici"]OK. So double checked the rims we have and they have the same sticker. Mavic confirm that this relates to the maximum pressure with tubeless, 6 bar. Tyres & tubes maximum is 7 bar.


I emailed Condor on these as I'm not allowed to PM but heard nothing back yet would like a pair of 32h rim brake if a pair can be put for me please :D

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