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Old 06-30-15, 09:38 PM
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November wheels.

Any experience with November wheels.
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Old 06-30-15, 09:40 PM
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Been riding on their FSW 23s for a couple of years now. Bombproof. Great service, too.
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Old 06-30-15, 10:23 PM
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Would you sudjest them over a pair of campanolo zondas. I'm considering the November nibest ti.
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November Dave is a contributor on this forum. Seems like a stand-up guy. The Nimbus Ti wheels are very nice wheels at an excellent price. I've heard nothing but positive things about November Wheels, but I haven't actually done business with them myself. If I didn't build my own wheels myself, I wouldn't hesitate to deal with November.
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I really want to get their 34s but I hope they have a deal on them soon
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They are the only custom builder from whom I have purchased twice. One set has about 3000 miles the second about 1000 with no issues. They had both great pre-sales support and post sales support (not that we needed post sales support with them).
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Thank you everyone for the input.
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You cannot go wrong with November. Be it a bike, or wheels, they are just right. I am also a repeat customer.
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I have Rail 34s. The rims are nice themselves, but the build they did on them is stellar. 4000+ miles on pretty bad roads and the tension is still perfectly even. No regrets on that purchase.
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I'm waiting on a set of alloy wheels from November (White Industries had supply issues with their pink front hubs?). Dave responds to emails very quickly, and is nice to deal with.
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