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Discuss light weight issues concerning road bikes & parts.
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I'm working on a wheel build, and wondering if anyone can tell me the weight of the
X-ray spokes in a 20/24 spoke build w/ 24mm carbon rims?
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Use some online calculator and check the listing. Thats what i did and i found a weight for a length pretty close to what i was going to use.
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cx ray - 4.41 g for a 280 spoke
super - 3.89 g for a 280 spoke
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With an alloy nip, you will be looking at about 4.8 grams per spoke. A 20/24 setup usually comes out to about 211 grams or so.
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