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    Enve M50 from China

    Has anyone here bought wheelsets from "cyclistyu" on ebay? The guy has relatively good feedback and his replies to questions seems legit but I just don't know

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    Enve...from China?

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    ENVE are made in the USA. So, if you can get them from a foreign country cheaper, they will be knock offs. If you want to go the cheap carbon route, go with lightbicycle, carbonfan or the like. They are cheaper than the fake ENVE and they are at least not blatantly posing at ENVE.
    Small ring in front makes it easier. Small ring in back makes it harder. That blows my mind.

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    Can't even believe you had to ask.
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    Time to stop believing the hype and start doing some science.
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    The fake products from China could be in very excellent quality ITSELF. Logo is just logo, ENVE is sometimes just a decal to someone in Asia or in Africa. In many cases, some young guys just like to put some brands on their bikes, for fun.
    But it would be a big joke if people brought such a stuff to US .........

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    What part of China is the state of Utah located at?

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    I have been very pleased with my chinese carbon rims, but I would stay away from fakes.

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    I doubt the integrity and attention to quality of someone selling fakes.

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    Buying these wheels seems like a really good idea. Do it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 288GTO View Post
    What part of China is the state of Utah located at?
    You've never heard of Utah China?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Carbonfan View Post
    The fake products from China could be in very excellent quality ITSELF. Logo is just logo, ENVE is sometimes just a decal to someone in Asia or in Africa. In many cases, some young guys just like to put some brands on their bikes, for fun.
    But it would be a big joke if people brought such a stuff to US .........
    Are you a bot?

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