BMC SLR01/ENVE 4.5ar ses????

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WESTMOTORSPORTS
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by WESTMOTORSPORTS

I am interested in finding out if my enve 4.5ar wheels with 700x28 tires will fit on a 2019 BMC slr01 disc frame.

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LawSchwein
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by LawSchwein

I believe this is the exact combo that my buddy in SoCal uses. Take that as a tenative "yes." I will email him to make sure that's right.
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spdntrxi
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by spdntrxi

Mine have Pro-Ones @ 28c... now that I have a few hundred miles on them, I measured them again.. from 31.7-.8 to 32mm @ 60psi. so you are probably going to want 2.5-3mm min on each side.. 4 even safer.

superyeho
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by superyeho

Team dimension data are apparently using the AR model on the cobbled classics.
Just saw a GCN video of one of the rider's bike.
Sent a question to enve but did not get a reply yet
Im on the same boat...SLR01 disc

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itsacarr
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by itsacarr

I have seen this combo but hopefully this helps clarify:

https://www.instagram.com/p/Btco2XOla0h/

Several photos to help your decision.

I believe they have a couple similar builds on the page as well.

spdntrxi
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by spdntrxi

WESTMOTORSPORTS wrote:
Mon Dec 03, 2018 10:01 pm
I am interested in finding out if my enve 4.5ar wheels with 700x28 tires will fit on a 2019 BMC slr01 disc frame.

it should... I have a TimeMachine Road 01 (the new one) and they fit... I'm sure the SLR01 has more clearance.

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by bilwit

itsacarr wrote:
Fri Apr 12, 2019 4:13 pm
I have seen this combo but hopefully this helps clarify:

https://www.instagram.com/p/Btco2XOla0h/

Several photos to help your decision.

I believe they have a couple similar builds on the page as well.
That's a roadmachine which is spec'd to "30mm" but you can actually put a 30mm rim on it so I suspect realistically the tolerance is more like 32mm. The Teammachine is spec'd for 28mm.. I suspect it could clear the new ARs but the tire would have to not balloon much beyond the rim if it's a clincher

spdntrxi
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by spdntrxi

TimeMachine Road is also spec'd for 28... and they fit with some space to go. They are pro-ones.. so they are over 30mm in real life

willmac
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by willmac

I’m getting my teammachine at the end of the month and a buddy of mine has some 4.5AR’s. I’ll see if I can’t do a test fit with his rear wheel for you.

willmac
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by willmac

Funny enough, this just popped up on Instagram. Pretty sure they are 4.5AR’s

https://www.instagram.com/p/BwKLWzaADvs ... dm712ssa7d

superyeho
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by superyeho

Any news on the 4.5ar fitting thr slr01?

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moyboy
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by moyboy

Heard they mught rub. One guy at my lbs had ar and switched to zipps due to rubbing. Not sure what tires they were using.

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