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PostPosted: Sun Jan 13, 2013 8:47 pm 
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Pair of Mavic G.L. 330 rims in 36 hole, used, so the anodising is cleaned off the braking surface, but the rims still have plenty of surface depth and the wear is visually even. The eyelets are are a bit tarnished and there is some tape residue but structurally the rims are sound, only dismantled from the hubs last week.

They'll build up into a nice lightweight retro wheelset, I had these on Hope Ti hubs and they came in at around 1400g, the rims weighing 358g each on my scales.

£25 posted to the UK :)

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Are these sprint rims or clinchers?

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These are sprint rims for tubulars :)


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SNight wrote:
Are these sprint rims or clinchers?

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Sprint rims....good ones from yesteryear!


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Got to admit, they were a good wheelset, light rim with stiffness being 36 spokes, got me into the breakaway a few times BITD.... :D


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mooster wrote:
Got to admit, they were a good wheelset, light rim with stiffness being 36 spokes, got me into the breakaway a few times BITD.... :D


It wasn't the wheels that got you into the breakaway....it was you!


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