Old 01-24-14, 09:44 PM
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xjustice09x
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I have the same year DV3K clinchers. I think the assaults that year had the newer brake track that handled heat better. I'm not sure about the hubs and spokes since the specs for those wheels have changed a few times over the years.

I got an attack rim with the improved brake track as a replacement for my 2010 MV32C after I had the brake track fail on a long descent due to heat buildup. I havent ridden them though, I decided to go back to aluminum rims.

If you don't mind dealing with tubulars Its worth trying. If not I would just get the older assaults. I'm sure either will work fine.
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