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Old 08-17-07, 10:01 AM   #1
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FULCRUM racing speed wheels

Somebody knows of this wheels are excellent for a person of 80 kilogram?
I heard that campa BORA wheels are the same...No?

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Check upstairs in the roadie forum, you'll get a better response.
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Somebody knows of this wheels are excellent for a person of 80 kilogram?
I heard that campa BORA wheels are the same...No?

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The rim is made using Campy compounds. The spoke pattern is different (Fulcrum uses 2:1) and the hub is aluminum instead of carbon. The axle, cones, bearings are exactly the same.
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