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    $100 wheelset for stans tubeless?
    found this wheelset for only $100, plus a stans no tubes kit, makes these suckers only $150, i wont even have to buy new tires!.
    are these good? i used to have some xc wheels and bent them, now i have outlaws which will be going onto my urban/commuter bike.
    would these shimano deore hub w/ WTB Dual duty rims be good for trail riding? and will they be good contenders for a stans no tube setup?
    yes i am looking to get some cheap wheels, however another set out outlaws are my backup
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    Those wheels are just as heavy as your outlaws, the rims aren't bad but the build quality could be hit of miss, if you get those I'd find a good wheel builder to check the spoke tensions for you so they last. The hubs on your outlaws are also much nicer.

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    I would jump on the performance deal long before I dropped any coin on those. they were having a 15% off deal. Reported to be same rim as outlaws, but 32 hole. Similar if not same hub as well...

    those you linked are 75-100g heavier, cheap hubs, plus the Loco is 20mm or qr.

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