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Mavic CXP 22 Rims & Vredstein Tires

Old 12-31-16, 05:53 PM
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Mavic CXP 22 Rims & Vredstein Tires

Picked these up in a local thrift two weeks ago. I am trying to figure out how to mount them on a Dave Scott Centurion. Probably not worth the effort without the knowledge.
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Will your Dave Scott fit a 130mm wide rear hub in it? I'd guess the bike is 126mm spaced and you'll have to work a bit to get the rear in.
Will your rear derailleur have enough swing to cover a 10 speed cassette? Putting a new 10s rear wheel in a 6-7s bike isn't "plug and play"

Why don't I find stuff like that in my thrift shops?
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Will your Dave Scott fit a 130mm wide rear hub in it? I'd guess the bike is 126mm spaced and you'll have to work a bit to get the rear in.
Will your rear derailleur have enough swing to cover a 10 speed cassette? Putting a new 10s rear wheel in a 6-7s bike isn't "plug and play"

Why don't I find stuff like that in my thrift shops?
I don't have enough knowledge to answer those questions. Although I can measure the space between the forks.

I think the rims need new axles to work, and that cassette has to go.

I don't think the hubs will work. Just to much money without being able to do the work yourself.

I will double check in the mechanics section, but still doubt it.

I really have little use for road bikes. To unforgiving for my type of riding. And I have been using them for 6 years. I need to sell it all, and keep my Cannondale Hybrid.

The Cannondale is great.

Anyway I knew they were a good pickup either way. And the tires are new. And the set was in a carrying case. Weird.

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Is that a gouge in the brake track?
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Originally Posted by Marcus_Ti View Post
Is that a gouge in the brake track?
Looks like a machined wear indicator, but could be a gouge. Googling shows some with and some without a machined groove.

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Originally Posted by StarBiker View Post
I don't have enough knowledge to answer those questions. Although I can measure the space between the forks.

I think the rims need new axles to work, and that cassette has to go.

I don't think the hubs will work. Just to much money without being able to do the work yourself.

I will double check in the mechanics section, but still doubt it.

I really have little use for road bikes. To unforgiving for my type of riding. And I have been using them for 6 years. I need to sell it all, and keep my Cannondale Hybrid.

The Cannondale is great.

Anyway I knew they were a good pickup either way. And the tires are new. And the set was in a carrying case. Weird.
Front will be fine as that spacing hasn't changed.
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Originally Posted by Marcus_Ti View Post
Is that a gouge in the brake track?


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Those are not rims. They are wheels. Count the rear sprockets. Do they match the shifters on the bike? It looks as if there are 8 sprockets. If the bike has 8 speed shifters all is good. Otherwise you will have to make changes
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Originally Posted by StarBiker View Post
I think the rims need new axles to work...
Why?

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I don't think the hubs will work. Just to much money without being able to do the work yourself.
Why won't they work? What work is there to be done?

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I really have little use for road bikes.
Then these wheels simply aren't for you. (But I'd be all over 'em if I ever found them in a thrift store.)

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Is that a gouge in the brake track?
Originally Posted by dedhed
Looks like a machined wear indicator...
Definitely a wear indicator.

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Those are not rims. They are wheels. Count the rear sprockets. Do they match the shifters on the bike? It looks as if there are 8 sprockets. If the bike has 8 speed shifters all is good. Otherwise you will have to make changes
I count 10 cogs. But that would make it a 8/9/10 speed hub.

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Originally Posted by dedhed View Post
Looks like a machined wear indicator, but could be a gouge. Googling shows some with and some without a machined groove.
Originally Posted by SkyDog75 View Post

Definitely a wear indicator.

Huh, last set of CXP22 rims I owned didn't have it. Learn something new (old) every day.
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I've had 3 sets. They all have the wear indicator on the side.
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