Fairwheel stocks them FYI
Decal Installation (1280 x 720) - YouTube
In the same video they recommend using acetone to clean the rim. I think using goo-gone would be fine, but you'd want to make sure to really clean it off with isopropyl alcohol or acetone. Wouldn't want any remnants left on the wheel (or if it really got everywhere...foul your brake pads)
Bianchi10 (… hmm, why is your name bianchi on a C'dale? But I digress) I'd also vote to debadge the wheels. Just take a look back at the last few pages. Debadged carbon wheels look good and on your black and white bike, they'd look even better! Plus, less logos is always a good thing, isn't it? (You already know all this, we're just pushing you over the edge hopefully)
Thanks guys. Still not sure if I want yo take them off.
Bianchi10 - because my first bike was a bianchi via nirone. Thought picking a name with the bike I ride would be neeeeto. After selling that and getting my Ridley, I saw how stupid that was. People know me by bianchi10 now so I might as well keep it.
2012 Ridley Noah Pro / SR11-EPS
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I dont agre with acetone on carbon O.O
Bend the knees, watch the trees ... 5 $ please .
Just heat up the decals a little with a blow dryer before trying to peel them off carbon....
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