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    29er carbon rim with 35mm width

    More and more people want wider rim, what do you think about this one?

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    carbon rims & wheels, at www.carbonbicycle.cc

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    What people want is a well tested rim so they're sure they wont 1) die and 2) waste their money. Also hookless is the new fad. So, basically, this is a no name unknown rim when there's other popular cheap and more thoroughly tested options.

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    yes, think a lots of P35 folks be interested. me too.
    currently testing 45mm rims in alu. and fat bike rims be very popular.
    so get rolling on 35mm, go 45mm, ... 65, 80,... sell like hot-cakes.
    make them beefy and durable. when can I order ?

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    Call me when they get to 50mm

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    The mold of 50mm wide would be totally possible in the future, if we could collect 60 orders from riders all over the world. Very possible!
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    Call me when they get to 50mm
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    80mm?! just like panzer wheels? Thriller..............
    Anyway, we would make it, if there was enough riders who need it. Technically, it's not hard at all.
    Quote Originally Posted by rschultz101 View Post
    yes, think a lots of P35 folks be interested. me too.
    currently testing 45mm rims in alu. and fat bike rims be very popular.
    so get rolling on 35mm, go 45mm, ... 65, 80,... sell like hot-cakes.
    make them beefy and durable. when can I order ?
    carbon rims & wheels, at www.carbonbicycle.cc

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    bktide, guess you have not hear of fat bikes . they sell out every year, with multiple bike mtgs. so 29,650b up to 50mm, 65,80mm 26" fat.
    velocity just made the dually in 45mm, selling fast. forget the preorder, just do it.
    have it ready by dec 1st, because of christmas shopping,...

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    They look great. Did you pay for this spam though?

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    Re: 29er carbon rim with 35mm width

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    They look great. Did you pay for this spam though?
    I don't think it's spam yet.

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    29er carbon rim with 35mm width

    I think it looks like weak sauce compared to a Derby wide rim.

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    We should send all of these MFR's on a wild goose chase.....some of these are very small market......

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    Quote Originally Posted by thickfog View Post
    I don't think it's spam yet.

    Yes it is.

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    I think it looks really interesting (saw these on eBay), but a couple of things scare me

    1. No reviews yet (even your eBay status had zero feedback), and no-one wants to be a beta tester
    2. The weight. I think you said they were around 390g. Considering your competition (Derby's) are 440g - 480g without the hook which adds weight, I'd be nervous about that. Seems almost too light for the width.
    3. Also surprised by the profile. 23.5mm deep is a lot less than most carbon AM rims, which are closer to 30mm deep. Not a bad thing but does mean longer spokes.

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    carbon-bicycle has not sold the kind of rim on ebay yet, and it must be tested before recommending to the users.

    This is the detail data:

    Specifications: Model CKMC935
    Size: 29er
    Material: Carbon Toray 700
    Appearance: 3K/UD/18K
    Weight: 440+/-15g
    Profile: 23.5*29c
    Spokes holes : 16-36#
    ERD: 598mm
    Assembly Hole Dia.: 7.5mm
    Spokes hole Dia.: 4.5mm
    Valve hole Dia.: 6.5mm
    Roundess: <0.3mm
    Max Spoke Tension: >300kg
    Ultimate Strength: >200kg
    Torsion Strength: >50kg
    Dynamic Equilibrium: <3g

    carbon-bicycle has more customers in France, they say it has a good performance on their mtb.
    carbon rims & wheels, at www.carbonbicycle.cc

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    Does carbon-bicycle = light-bicycle because you use the same photos?
    Hey guys, lets go play bieks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by danny31292 View Post
    What people want is a well tested rim so they're sure they wont 1) die and 2) waste their money. Also hookless is the new fad. So, basically, this is a no name unknown rim when there's other popular cheap and more thoroughly tested options.
    Hookless isn't a new fad.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SpeshulEd View Post
    Does carbon-bicycle = light-bicycle because you use the same photos?
    we are not the same one, but most rim and wheels are from the same factories, so some photos are same.

    carbon-bicycle has some special new products that others have not yet.
    carbon rims & wheels, at www.carbonbicycle.cc

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    Quote Originally Posted by bktide View Post
    we are not the same one
    Your website is very very very similar to LB!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jamie_MTB View Post
    Your website is very very very similar to LB!
    When all they do is copy, did you expect any different with the website?
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    Same products, similar website. Maybe it is normal to a certain degree.
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    Your website is very very very similar to LB!
    carbon rims & wheels, at www.carbonbicycle.cc

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    Excuse-us, you believe the carbon bike production could be copied? If so, everybody is copying, and every rider is buying.
    we sell carbon products, we don't sell website. We could change a website look if you were happy to see that. It changes almost nothing perhaps, however.
    Quote Originally Posted by TwoTone View Post
    When all they do is copy, did you expect any different with the website?
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    Quote Originally Posted by bktide View Post
    Same products, similar website. Maybe it is normal to a certain degree.
    I think it is absolutely hilarious that they will copy from each other. Eventually they are going to get into a price war and begin to reduce the quality to offer such a cheap price....then everything will implode and no one will buy from them......and we lived happily ever after...

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    Quote Originally Posted by bktide View Post
    Excuse-us, you believe the carbon bike production could be copied? If so, everybody is copying, and every rider is buying.
    we sell carbon products, we don't sell website. We could change a website look if you were happy to see that. It changes almost nothing perhaps, however.
    So glad you mention that. As long as someone will buy, you will produce and that has always been the bottom line...no matter what it takes to do it. You just don't understand the American market and their sense of fairness. Keep doing what you are doing. After this market explodes, you will move to something else. I can't wait to see what happens with the price wars/vs. quality.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by bktide View Post
    More and more people want wider rim, what do you think about this one?

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    The inside radius on the left side of the upper cavity look like a much smaller radius than the right side. I woud like to see a little more material in those areas, and would like to see more similarity in the radii. Several surfaces are coming together there, several transitions in surfaces, and that concentrates stresses in those areas, makes those areas more prone to failure if they aren't a little thicker than adjacent areas.

    Stress concentration - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Roark's Formulas for Stress and Strain - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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    Quote Originally Posted by YaMon View Post
    I think it is absolutely hilarious that they will copy from each other. Eventually they are going to get into a price war and begin to reduce the quality to offer such a cheap price....then everything will implode and no one will buy from them......and we lived happily ever after...
    bktide said "we are not the same one, but most rim and wheels are from the same factories, so some photos are same." I see this in the fire equipment industry (my business) as well, same images being used between (many) "companies". And, unless you have someone over there, you really can't tell who you are really dealing with, but most likely it is an agent. And, usually this "company" is a 1-man operation working from his home.

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