IRO Cold Fusion rims?
Whats the deal with IRO Cold fusion rims? Are they actually velocity fusions or .......? I'm considering buying their wheelest.
not actually velocity fusions, no.
same specs, though.
hubs are rebranded dia-compe gran compe
hand-built wheels by tony, supposedly.
I'm ready to pull the trigger on a set of IRO wheels. They have a black friday sale which is 10% off and free shipping.
Originally Posted by bionnaki
I'm pretty stoked on my set. have had them now for a month and they've been great. Not as deep as a Deep V, but certainly feel light and sturdy.
i heard the hubs are formulas
doesn't matter. i looked at some gran compes in the shop and didn't see how it would be any better in quality than a formula hub. but all sealed bearing hubs feel pretty much the same imo.
i have nothing but great things to say about these wheels. good price, too. my front rim was bent to hell in a crash(no rim would have survived) but the rear wheel hasn't need to be trued in almost 2 years and my town has the worst roads i've ever seen.
I just got my wheelset from IRO and they did show up in a Velocity box. The wheels definitely look BADASS!!! I also bought the build kit for $135. The lockring is a formula part.I took advantage of their black friday deal which was 10% off and free shipping. Prolly saved about $50-$60 total. Everything looks great and I'm looking forward to slapping everything together on my Flite 100 frame(flat black 50cm)
Originally Posted by dayvan cowboy
phony collective progress
I've had a set of IRO wheels for over two years now. Not sure if they're the same wheel as now (I know they're IRO-branded Formula hubs, but I don't know what the rim is), but they've given me no trouble whatsoever. Good stuff for the price.