want to buy crossmax sl for lefty online
anybody got a link to where i can buy a set of crossmax sl's online for a cannondale lefty. better yet can somone let me know what my options are as far as saving some weight and some money. i'm trying to catchup on what's new.
edit: i added the word lefty to my google search and got this one among others http://www.xxcycle.com/php/boutique/...UITpp&key=2743 that's a good price does the word avant have any significance. it seems to be the same crossmax sl as the rest but it's alot cheaper.
Last edited by kidd; 04-11-06 at 06:33 PM.
I bought a set of Mavic Crossmax SL wheels for a lefty, but they are expensive. I also bought the Maxxis Crossmark LUST tires that are considered a fast rolling light weight UST tire.
You can find a set for about $700 new with UST tires. Check out Ebay, I have seen the crossmax wheels go on sale several times.
Woodman makes a front lefty hub also, if you want to have a wheelset built.
Mavic Crossmax SL Disc lefty eh? Top TOP TOp of the line and the most expensive in Mavic wheelset. You can try eBay. I have a friend that bought a set in new condition for lefty for $695 USD. I know pricepoint have SL but not the lefty version. They are hard to find.
For Mavic - Crossmax SL Lefty Disc (Pair) (06)Silver :
Thats $899.99 USD + shipping...ouch....a lot of people can get a couple bikes with that price.....
Here is a set of Mavic CROSSMAX SSC SL wheels for a LEFTY on eBay:
Ha! Funny. Avant is french for "front". xxcycle is based out of France (one of the only suppliers of Zefal spare parts). You were looking at only the front wheel price, hence why it seems so cheap.
Originally Posted by kidd
that's still cheap for just the front. their atleast $429 everywhere else
Kidd - So did you finally get that crossmax sl disc lefty from xxcycle for the $349?
my lbs price matched them i also mounted a 7075 t6 rotor i cut on my cnc laser at work i think it's a little on the ugly side ,but it weights 68 grams and i trust it.
How much abuse can the Crossmax SL wheels handle? I have a brand new set, still waiting to complete bike build, and I wanted to set up bike as like as possible. Can these wheels handle 2-3' air jumps and drops? Thanks,
IMHO, they are a very sturdy wheelset. I've run these on my 2003 Blur since new (2003), and I've not had to even true the wheels yet! I'm between 140-150 pounds, but I ride hard, and do drops of that size. However, if you're looking for a lighter wheelset, there are plently of them for sale. The SL isn't the lightest wheelset on the market by FAR. However, they are relatively light, and very strong.
Originally Posted by JDP526
that's good to here. i used every bit of the travel on my first ride with them yesterday.
Kidd - Do you have your lbs contact info. I may order a set from them. Thanks