Standard build definition

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Standard build definition

Postby cannedham1 » February 24th, 2013, 10:38 am

I recently ordered wheels and I noticed on my conformation it says standard build. I am 160 lbs and wanted the lower spoke count. Is that what the standard build means? Thanks.
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Re: Standard build definition

Postby Chris Thornham » February 28th, 2013, 10:49 am

cannedham1,

Yes the standard build is exactly what you need. It has the lowest spoke count that we offer. That standard build wheels (with 24 rear spokes) are rated up to 198lbs and the clydesdale build wheels (with 28 rear spokes) are rated up to 242lbs. All front wheels have 20 spokes.

Thank you for the support!

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