hed stingers

Discuss light weight issues concerning road bikes & parts.
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appear to be back for 2004 claimed weight ov 450grams front & 680 for the rear

doozer
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by doozer

better to go for the 38mm rims though I reckon..490 and 720 grams front/rear tub.

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not uci legal tho....

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by doozer

i'm sure the UCI will rate the HEd 2004 range before next season..after all all the riders who ride the H3 front wheel in TT's will want to upgrade to the lighter version. Presumably all the wheels will be tested at the same time..

I may just end up building a set of fairly light sprint wheels.. can't afford top range carbon wheels at the mo'..

wonder what differences have been made to the stingers? they were taken out of the range a few years ago due to concerns that too many were failing.. now they're back I wonder how much stronger (if at all) they are?

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by spytech

Can you get HED rims sold alone? or must you buy the whole wheelset to get the rims?

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Superlite
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by Superlite

HED only sells complete wheels. :cry:

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by Joel

But they can build it with the hubs you want

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