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BikeTech
07-10-2014, 11:53 PM
These Reynolds carbon wheels are circa 2011, I had them rebuilt recently with DT Revolution spokes front and rear. The rear has zero miles on it since rebuild.

28 spokes front and rear, Shimano / SRAM 10 speed cassette body, DT 240 hubs branded as Reynolds (front hub logo was stamped backwards... cutesy), 6 bolt rotor pattern, pillar internal nipples, both rims taped with Stan's tape.

Wheels are definitely tubeless compatible for CX or 29'er use. I used them primarily on a CX bike on dirt roads. They are probably incompatible for road tubeless use, but run just fine with road tires / tubes. Rims measure 16mm inside, 20mm outside. I never used them as 29'er wheels, just CX only.

Front wheel weighs 722 grams, rear is 844 grams. Both weights include the tape, decals, etc. 1566 grams total, which is pretty nice for a disc brake road / CX / 29'er wheelset. Wheels are in excellent condition, straight and true, smooth bearings. 135mm spacing on the rear wheel.

The photo of the wheels with my Calfee CX shows how awesome these wheels look on a bike. Calfee not for sale at this time!

$550 + shipping + Paypal fee. SOLD.

2wheelwill
07-11-2014, 12:29 AM
Sweet bike!!!!


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Liv2RideHard
07-11-2014, 04:37 AM
Dang Jayson...if only they were Campy.

And btw...Jayson is a good fella. Buy with complete confidence.

Guy

1X10
07-11-2014, 04:43 AM
Do you think these could handle MTB use??

gospastic
07-11-2014, 08:22 AM
Since they are DT Swiss hubs, does that mean an 11sp conversion would be a freehub swap?

BikeTech
07-11-2014, 08:52 AM
@1x10, I don't see why riding them off road would be a problem (the rims are Reynolds 29'er rims), unless you were a bigger guy who is hard on the equipment.

@gospastic, in my experience with DT hubs, you can swap the hub bodies sans issues. I'd wager 11 speed would be fine.

BikeTech
07-14-2014, 11:50 PM
Bump. Lots of interest, still no firm takers.