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    Ritchey Rock 395E rims.

    I have three NOS sets of these . Just wanted feedback as to how they hold up. They are quite light at 402 grams each by my scale. Also have one set of WTB speedmasters that weigh in at 430grams. Probably more durable if I had to guess but I would welcome feedback on both rims. Thank You.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fred Smedley
    I have three NOS sets of these . Just wanted feedback as to how they hold up. They are quite light at 402 grams each by my scale. Also have one set of WTB speedmasters that weigh in at 430grams. Probably more durable if I had to guess but I would welcome feedback on both rims. Thank You.
    The 395 is a fine rim. It was made to be the front rim paired with the 415 rim as the rear. But if you are a smooth rider, there's no reason you couldn't use the 395 front and rear. These are from about 95/96.

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