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The Reynolds aero line is DT Swiss hubs.

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RyanH wrote: ↑
Wed Sep 19, 2018 1:47 am
The Reynolds aero line is DT Swiss hubs.
Not as of 2016:
The brand new AERO 65 is built with a DET™ mid-depth rim to yield a wheel that offers low aerodynamic drag and unmatched performance in crosswind conditions. The tubeless ready rim channel has been expanded to 19mm to fit a variety of tires with the added benefit of improving ride comfort and later stiffness. The new precision hubs by Industry Nine give you lighting quick engagement and the silky smooth bearings provide unbeatable durability enviable speed.

Key Features:
Industry leading aerodynamic performance and cross wind stability with our Dispersive Effect Termination (DETTM) rim profile
Wide, tubeless ready rim provides better fit for higher volume tires that increase grip, lower rolling resistance with greater comfort and lateral stiffness
Precision manufactured hubs from Industry Nine that offer low rolling resistance and quick engagement
Safe and predictable braking performance with our Cryogenic Glass Transition (CTg) braking surface. Coupled with Reynolds’ brake pads and temperatures are up to 53% cooler than non-CTg systems.
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Kermithimself wrote:
RyanH wrote: ↑
Wed Sep 19, 2018 1:47 am
The Reynolds aero line is DT Swiss hubs.
Not as of 2016:
The brand new AERO 65 is built with a DETImage mid-depth rim to yield a wheel that offers low aerodynamic drag and unmatched performance in crosswind conditions. The tubeless ready rim channel has been expanded to 19mm to fit a variety of tires with the added benefit of improving ride comfort and later stiffness. The new precision hubs by Industry Nine give you lighting quick engagement and the silky smooth bearings provide unbeatable durability enviable speed.

Key Features:
Industry leading aerodynamic performance and cross wind stability with our Dispersive Effect Termination (DETTM) rim profile
Wide, tubeless ready rim provides better fit for higher volume tires that increase grip, lower rolling resistance with greater comfort and lateral stiffness
Precision manufactured hubs from Industry Nine that offer low rolling resistance and quick engagement
Safe and predictable braking performance with our Cryogenic Glass Transition (CTg) braking surface. Coupled with Reynolds’ brake pads and temperatures are up to 53% cooler than non-CTg systems.
Lifetime Warranty
30 Day Customer Satisfaction Guarantee
In 2017 it looks like they went back to DT Swiss

https://www.tredz.co.uk/.Reynolds-58-Ae ... _81556.htm


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Except they haven't made an Aero 58 since 2016. I had a set, which was with DT Swiss. But with the introduction in 2016 of the Aero 65 and 80 versions, they switched to I9 hubs.
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