Lightweight Meilenstein C 24D

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bruno2000
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by bruno2000

Hello guys, anybody has eperience with the LW Meilenstein clincher 24 for disc brakes?
I owned LW wheels before with rimbrake.
I have 2 Tarmac SL6 bikes, one with rimbrakes (Campagnolo Super Record 12v eps and CA Bora Ultra 35 wheels) and one with discbrakes (shimano dura-Ace di2 and Deda SL45DB wheels).
The one with discbrakes (Sagan edition) is a keeper for me, the one with rimbrakes I want to sell (anybod intertested...it's the camp yellow fluo pink size 56 version).
Regarding the group, I might change to Campagnolo super Record 12v eps but I wanted to upgrade the wheels too and use the LW wheels for all my riding (an occasional cobble stone is part of that riding here in Belgium).

Seedster
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by Seedster

I have a pair of Meilenstein Clincher 24 schwarz for disc. They are well constructed and have been issue-free thus far. They are not as light as other competitors in this space but they are far stiffer. The pricing on them is ridiculous but that comes as no surprise. The wider rim width permits me to mount 28 Vitorria clinchers. Tubeless not supported

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bruno2000
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by bruno2000

Thank you seedster.
Can you confirm there weight? around 1400gr?

moyboy
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by moyboy

Website says:

MEILENSTEIN C 24D
WEIGHT FW 650 grams
WEIGHT BW 730 grams

bruno2000
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by bruno2000

Yes I know but websites say a lot these days.
Wheels are arrving next week.

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