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Old 08-12-2017, 06:20 PM
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NOX Composites A36D gravel/CX/road disc wheelset - $1400

I am selling my NOX Composites A36D carbon wheelset. I had these built up as a do-it-all wheel set for my road bike. These whees are amazing—fast, stiff, and wide. Set up with purple Industry 9 Torch disc road hubs and Sapim CX-Ray spokes. The hubs are currently set up for QR skewers (100mm front and 135mm rear), but I9 sells conversion end caps so the wheels can easily be set up for a thru axel set up also. They can be run tubeless or with tubes. With a 28mm external and 20.5mm internal rim width, tires mount nice and wide providing excellent handling across any terrain. They are perfect wheels for a gravel, cross, or all-road bike, but also make great road wheels. They corner like crazy! I ran them tubeless on my Cannondale Synapse with 35c Compass Bon Jon Pass road tires and loved them. They are amazing wheels! I am sad to get rid of them, but I don’t really need carbon race wheels anymore following a back injury. The wheelset is in near perfect condition. They have never been crashed, and only ridden few hundred miles. They sold new for $1750. I'm asking $1400, but I will consider any reasonable offers. Get these sick wheels for a great price! Please contact me if you have questions!

NOX recently renamed the A36D the "Falkor 36D." It is essentially the same rim, but info is available on the old A36D rims here: http://www.noxcomposites.com/a36d

Specs:
Rims: NOX Composites A36D, 24 hole
Hubs: Industry 9 Torch road disc hubs, purple, QR 100mm front/QR 135mm rear, ISO 6-bolt disc pattern
Spokes: Sapim CX-Ray
Rim tape: Gorilla tape
Valves: Tubeless presta valces
Weight: 1630g (w/ Gorilla tape and tubeless valves), 1450g (w/o valves and tape)
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Last edited by BPMasterman; 08-14-2017 at 05:04 PM. Reason: Forgot to add price.
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Old 08-12-2017, 07:00 PM
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Old 08-12-2017, 07:29 PM
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Oops! Thanks for letting me know. Asking praice added... $1400.
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Old 08-13-2017, 10:10 PM
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Wait...you were able to run 35c Compass Bon Jon Pass road tires on your Cannondale Synapse? Was this carbon or aluminum and what year, cuz I was told that 28c was the max width with any clearance on my 2014 Black.

BTW I have a NOX wheelset on my MTB 29'er and they have been great!
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Old 08-13-2017, 10:32 PM
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It was a 2016 Synapse Carbon disc. But, actually, I forgot I also swapped the fork out to get more clearance. I happened to find an Alchemy carbon fork on eBay for $100 so I could fit the bigger tires. With the stock fork, I was still able to fit 32c tires on without any problem, though.
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