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    Easton AM Havoc's

    Has anyone here tried the Havocs from Easton. Looking to upgrade my wheels. I'm running Mavics 823 36h with XT hubs with out any problems accept the weight.

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    I have not ridden them, but I do know that pricepoint has them for less than five hundred bones.

    The Havocs came up several times in a thread that I started a while ago:

    Superclydes -- Do any factory wheelsets work?

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    Havoc wheels for a Clyde

    Yep, I have been running them on my Heckler for about 6 months of abusive riding. They are very strong wheels. Stiff and take a beating. I'm about 245-250 geared up and these wheels still spin smoothly and are perfectly true. They are also a lot lighter than your 823's with XT hubs. I highly recommend the Havocs.

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    Havoc wheels for a Clyde

    Yep, I have been running them on my Heckler for about 6 months of abusive riding. They are very strong wheels. Stiff and take a beating. I'm about 245-250 geared up and these wheels still spin smoothly and are perfectly true. They are also a lot lighter than your 823's with XT hubs. I highly recommend the Havocs.

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