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    Quote Originally Posted by brankulo View Post
    . 65mm 26" rims in 2 or so weeks.
    Mmmmm perfect! (Not for my wallet....)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shark View Post
    Mmmmm perfect! (Not for my wallet....)
    I agree!Waiting to see the price and weight.

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    Set #2, built with Sapim CX Ray bladed and Polyax black brass nipples. My Yellow set will be getting the alu nipples removed and brass fitted as I wont go through this ENVE wheel nipple corrosion. again.
    Main reason for my recent decision is that the void inside carbon rims lets water in and there's quite a bit gets inside fatbike rims with nowhere to go, in my case this is seawater from riding on the beach. It can be heard sloshing around inside when the wheel is rotated.

    Just finished these tonight, tyre on, air compressor popped both beads on and instantly sealed. They way tubeless should be

    Believe me... these pics in the dark really dull down these wheels, they are friggin bright in daylight.

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    should have in my hands next tuesday

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    Geez guys.... Those are nice
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    X post from the fatbike pic thread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ozzybmx View Post
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    Man Bill those friggen cool!! I wish I had an adventurous side to dabble in color, well done Sir!
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    Those things are freakiní goddamn obnoxious, I soooooooo want to get a set!!!
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    Wait a sec... Did you line up the logos just for the pic?
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    Awwwww... they are a bit out. If I'd have lined them up, the tyre logos would be sitting pretty too
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    Quote Originally Posted by ozzybmx View Post
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    Whoa. Grey rocks, grey bike, MOTHERFOOKING BIG FAT GREEN RIMS. Nice.

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    NEXTIE Warranty?

    Howdy, Curious if anyone has dealt with Nextie regarding a warranty issue?

    What was there response time? Did they honor the warranty?

    I am curious because I sent them an email with oictures regarding cracks beginning to show around several nipple holes of my rim. Rim is less than a year old.
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    I hadnít even noticed the colour of the frame! Beige would even look good with rims of such obnoxiousicity.
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    Titanium Baby!!
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    Just to add to my original post.

    Have been dealing with Nextie about my warranty.

    So far, they have been great.

    I sent them pictures of the rim and a scan of my receipt.

    The only other thing they asked for was the serial number. Might be a good idea to take a picture of the serial number prior to putting tape or a rim strip over it. That was the most difficult part of the process. Removing the rim strip after eight month of use and tubeless sealant.

    $45 for shipping and 7-10 days and my replacement rim should be coming to me.

    Great warranty experience so far!
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    Wow! Great to hear of a good warranty experience on these rims.
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    Ozzybmx, what length polyax did you end up going with? And is the packing tape still holding up?.
    Just ordered a set of nextie rims for my first wheel build and any help or advice is greatly appreciated, would like to get it on the first go

    Thanks,
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    Derrick, they were 14mm black alu polyax that came with the spokes, so I ordered 14mm black brass polyax to build the wheels.

    Packing tape is 100%, the small strip over the spoke holes is easily enough. Just waiting on new brass DT's to rebuild my other set.
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