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    Ibis Wheels

    The Stans Flow/Ibis Hubs that come with the stock build kits - Does anyone know what spokes are used and the wheel set weight?

    Can't seem to find numbers anywhere.

    Thanks

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    Call Ibis, They will give you the info.

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    Someone's weighed them before in the build thread...~1850 g. Spokes I believe are DT double butted.

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    Quote Originally Posted by robnow View Post
    Someone's weighed them before in the build thread...~1850 g. Spokes I believe are DT double butted.
    correction - mine which i just got came in at 1925 with 20mm front, 135/12 rear (original HD frame)

    Edit: got actual weight I had written down.
    Last edited by adumesny; 05-19-2012 at 10:41 PM.

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    11. Can you tell me more about the Ibis Wheelsets that come on some of your mountain bikes?


    We make a nice, strong 1800g wheelset for certain build kits.

    The front hub has 9mm, QR15 and 20 mm compatibility. Both hubs have serviceable, sealed bearings. The rim is 480g 32H 20mm bead-to-bead with stainless eyelets. The spokes are double butted (14/17G) stainless with brass nipples.

    If you must know more: Joytech D881S & D882S hubs/Alex SX44 (SLX wheel) or Stan's ZTR Flow (X9 Wheel) or Stan'z ZTR Arch (XT Wheel) rims.

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    I believe these are the hubs. Joytech/Novatech.

    WELCOME TO JOY INDUSTRIAL CO.,LTD.

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