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    Wtb rims?

    Trying to build up a cross country wheelset and really want to use i19's...maybe KOM's but am concerned because of my 195-205lbs stature. I wanted to see if any smaller clydes have had experience with the wtb i19 Rims.
    I greatly appreciate any advice.

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    I have them on my Salsa Spearfish.
    I have been between 225 and 250.
    No issues and have ridden them hard.
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    I think everyone disregards them based soley on the width. I'm only going to be running max. 2.1 tires so I think they will be fine, but first wanted to see the impressions for the overall durability and stiffness.

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    205 is feather weight around here. stop worrying and ride.
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