Aeromax Alloy Wheelset Road Bike Comp 700c Wheels
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- Comparable wheels sell in bikes shops around the country for $275 to $300 Shimano/SRAM Road Cassettes: 7 thru 10 Speed
- These 700c clincher wheels are great for around town, daily training rides or racing. Fits 700c tires - from 700 x 18 up to 700 x 42 - the second number is the width
- Wheels come with rim strips and skewers Serviceable Vuelta Ball Bearing Hubs Hand Built Every wheel is stressed 3 times Every spoke is tension tested with a DT Swiss Gauge
- 24 spoke aero double wall alloy rims, machined sidewalls satin finish Type: Clincher, tubed
- Bearing type: Ball/Cone3 Stainless Steel Black aero 3.0mm spokes Patented spoke pattern Drilled for Presta valve Rim Width: 20mm (outer width) Rim Width: 13.7mm (inner width) Rim Height: 29.3mm Spacing: front 100mm, rear 130mm Weight: Front 1020g / Rear 1190g
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AEROMAX 700C ROAD COMP WHEELESET NEW / HAND-BUILT / SHIPS IN 24hrs DETAILS: Wheels come with rim strips and skewers Serviceable Vuelta Ball Bearing hubs Hand Built Every wheel is stressed 3 times Every spoke is tension tested with a DT Swiss Gauge These 700c clincher wheels are great for around town, daily training rides or racing. Comparable wheels sell in bikes shops around the country for $275 to $300 SPECIFICATIONS: Type-Road Color: Black Normal quick release skewered hubs 24 spoke aero double wall alloy rims, machined sidewalls satin finish Type: Clincher, tubed Bearing type: Ball/Cone3 Stainless Steel Black aero 3.0mm spokes Patented spoke pattern Drilled for Presta valve Rim Width: 20mm (outer width) Rim Width: 13.7mm (inner width) Rim Height: 29.3mm Spacing: front 100mm, rear 130mm Weight: Front 1020g / Rear 1190g COMPATIBILITY NOTES: Fits 700c tires - from 700 x 18 up to 700 x 42 - the second number is the width, the first refers to the diameter. How wide a tire you can install depends on what type of clearance your frame has between the seat stays and brake arms. For rim brakes only - does not have mounts for disc brake rotors. Not intended for use with 27" wheeled frames. They will fit, but 700c wheels are smaller in diameter than 27" and the brake pads will not touch the rim's braking surface. Conversions are possible with brakes with longer reach arms. Tire Compatibility: 700c Clincher, tubed Shimano/SRAM Road Cassettes: 7 thru 10 Speed1 Shimano Mountain Cassettes: 7 thru 11 Speed1 SRAM Mountain Cassettes: 7 thru 10 Speed1 Fork Compatibility: 700C, Quick Release (9MM) x 100mm2 Frame compatibility: 700C, Quick Release (10mm) x 130mm2 NOTES: Does not include adapters, nor is it convertible to any other axle type Ball / Cone type hubs are the most common type of hub on planet
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I checked truing (lateral and radial as well as dish) One rear wheel showed minor freehub runout. It was enough to interfere with the derailer indexing. Checking wheel tension with the Park, showed all spokes within a 20% tolerance which is the acceptable industry standard, both front and rear. An indication of hand building. The front wheel was dead on true within 1mm. The rear was slightly out laterally. No biggy. But the radial was too far for me to accept. I find that radial adjustments are just too time consuming to correct .A new wheel should have no hop.
I called the seller (Crosslake Sales), they responded immediately. They were very detailed and knowledgeable. They addressed both the Freehub body and radial run-out issues on this rear wheel. They immediately sent me a new rear wheel. They promised to inspect the wheel prior to shipping to me. I received the replacement quick. Packaged much better than the original pair. FYI, there were minor nicks on the brake surfaces due to loose packaging with the original packaging, The replacement rear wheel was shipped "flawless" ,better than some high end wheels I have purchased. These are entry level/ non expensive wheelsets. They serve my application well for the pricepoint. I highly recommend this wheelset. This Seller (Crosslake Sales) is well known and cust. satisfaction is important to them. Research them. Or give them a call with any questions.
I rarely give 5 stars because anything perfect is rare. And 5 stars may mislead other potential buyers in general. Thank you Crosslake!
If I run into any issues I’ll update the review but so far pretty satisfied with these.
Btw I used Kenda tubes with 48mm Presta valves and that was more than enough to clear the rim. I’m using 700x32c Continental Ride Tour tires. Getting everything put together was pretty simple but I’m glad I had one of those plastic tools for the end of the tire install!
In short: these are great wheels; but an impossibly tight rear hub.
When it came to overhauling the shimano vuelta freehub, the freewheel body fixing bolt was impossible to remove by either myself or my local bike shop, now putting me at a loss of time and money and exercise. There's dirt grinding in there from a recent chain cleaning and I can't clear it out.
If anyone has any suggestions, I'm all ears. To be clear I've tried the seat post trick, the body-weight trick, the foot-press trick, the jump on it and slip trick, the local bike shop trick and the magical spray solution trick. Now I'm just waiting for a buddy to come along with a hydraulic press. If that doesn't work I'm going to the carnival to find the strongest man or women who has the chance to win $100 from a mere $5 entry fee. Something like, "Step right up! Remove this freewheel body fixing bolt and win $100!" might do nicely.
Update: I've got almost 2 years and several thousand miles of hilly Seattle commuting on these and they are still holding up great.