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Campagnolo Shamal long term feedback

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Campagnolo Shamal long term feedback

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Campagnolo Shamal long term feedback

I am thinking about replacing my Campagnolo Eurus wheels with a set of Shamals. I probably have 35k on my Eurus wheels with very few problems. Has anyone had a set of Shamals longer than 5k that could give me feedback on how they have held up? For reference, I am pretty light (5'11" and 150lbs) and ride a lot of pretty crappy roads on a regular basis. My average mileage/yr is around 5-6k.
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