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    26" Aero Rim

    Besides the 26" version of the Deep V, what other options are out there? Anything decent?

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    I was gonna say Deep V...
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    you could throw some spinergys on there or... AEROSPOKE=TEH R0KZ0R!!1111!!!
    /tool

    all I can think of are the deep Vs, ss MTB?

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    Is the point here deep dish, actual aero, or what?
    "I don't buy new frames, it just encourages them."

    -T.G.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Landgolier
    Is the point here deep dish, actual aero, or what?
    Curiosity, really.

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    WTB has some interesting v-shaped rims..

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    Quote Originally Posted by el twe
    I was gonna say Deep V...
    so was I
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    I'm gonna stick with a Mavic ceramic... Thanks tho.

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    So you can get mtb 26" deep-v's? (Not the odd-sized "26"" ones?).
    I swore I saw those on someone's bike, but I've never found them in a catalog.

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    Ben's was selling pairs of them on ebay for like, $30.00 a few months ago. I think they have them in their store still. And yeah, they're for MTB. Not 650's, actual 26" rims.
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