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Old 01-01-12, 02:53 PM   #1
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Matrix Strada ERD?

Does anyone know the ERD of a 27" Matrix Strada rim? It doesn't show up on my version of Spocalc. Anyone have experience with the rims themselves? I don't know anything about them
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700c

Matrix (OLD) STRADA 700c 610 - Eyelet
Matrix (OLD) TITAN 700c 611 - Eyelet
Matrix (OLD) TITAN-II 700c 611 - Eyelet
Matrix (OLD) TITAN S 700c 611 - Eyelet

Noticing that the pattern if for the STRADA is going to be 1mm less...

Matrix (OLD) TITAN 27 x 1 618 - Eyelet

Perhaps a STRADA 27" will be 617? Assumes the top of a 10mm standard profile nipple...

Just a guess so don't trust me...let me look around...

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I know that. I didn't really have a clue but I figured I could take a chance.
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Looked around, come up with nothing. I wouldn't be surprised though if 617 / 618 are right in the ballpark using 10mm standard profile nipples. The same is indicated by the 618 for 27" MA40 and MA2.

Guess I'll have to add the Matrix Strada 27" to the list of rims I need to keep an eye out for...

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Looked around, come up with nothing. I wouldn't be surprised though if 617 / 618 are right in the ballpark using 10mm standard profile nipples. The same is indicated by the 618 for 27" MA40 and MA2.

Guess I'll have to add the Matrix Strada 27" to the list of rims I need to keep an eye out for...

Sorry!

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Thanks for the info. If 617-618 turns out to be right, I think I already have the spokes I need. I'll obviously measure the rims directly once I have them in hand.
Do you know anything about the differences between the various flavors of Matrix rims--Strada, Titan, any others? I know nothing about any of them, though I have a vague notion that Matrix used to be Trek's "house brand" of rims.
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