Any experience with the DT Swiss PRC 1100 Dicut 35 rim brake wheels?

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Noctiluxx
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My buddy is looking to replace his 2016 Zipp 303's with some lightweight, tubeless clinchers. I told him he should look at the Mavic Cosmic carbon (40mm) SL UST's which I own and love and the DT's listed above. These DT's on paper look great being tubeless, 1430 grams, fairly wide at 18mm, and being on sale at Merlin Cycles for around $1600. Anyone with experience with these wheels? The wheels will be on a 2018 TCR bike and are meant to be all around, everyday wheels.
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matvalse
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by matvalse

I'd like to buy a new pair of DT Swiss PRC 1100 Dicut 35 Mon Chasseral version. Anyone with these wheels?

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by nicolasmora

Im curious about these wheels too!
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TonyM
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by TonyM

I would definitely choose the DT Swiss wheels.
Best quality in terms of hub, freehub, spokes and rim!
Not cheap but erally stunning wheels!

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by matty

matvalse wrote:
Sat Feb 16, 2019 8:56 pm
I'd like to buy a new pair of DT Swiss PRC 1100 Dicut 35 Mon Chasseral version. Anyone with these wheels?
I was going down this route but after only sourcing the rear wheel will now be going a different route. Will be putting it in the for sale section after taking the required pictures.

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