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Aerospoke to replace deep v?

Old 12-06-09, 07:09 AM
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Originally Posted by the_don View Post
It's not carbon, it's a composite (plastic mix really). Don't know how it compares to a similar material like Eastons' CNT products. But the Eastons are very light, and strong. These are just strong and heavy.

If you like the style, then go for it. Don't be under the illusion that they are performance wheels.

Simple as that.
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