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    Amclassic MTB 350 rims: 363g

    i finally got hold of some AC MTB 350 rims and they both came in at 363g (V-brake rim).that's heavier than i expected them but they have a impeccable finish, they look really good! i will post pictures later.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nino
    i finally got hold of some AC MTB 350 rims and they both came in at 363g (V-brake rim).that's heavier than i expected them but they have a impeccable finish, they look really good! i will post pictures later.
    Cool. Will you be getting some for the rest of us mortals?!?
    If in doubt - pedal harder!!!

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    not mine...

    they won't go on my bike
    and the answer is NO although AMCLASSIS really should reconsider that! who wants those shitty AC hubs anyway?..

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    Soul Kozak = BIG PROBLEMS...

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    What I wouldn't give to get a new black pair of those Am Classic rims for some disc wheels to mate to my new Soul Kozak hubs with some bladed Sapim CX-Rays.....

    Do you think if I threaten to make a Vodoo dolls in Nino's likeness he will sell me a pair?!

    there are lots of Soul Kozak hubs owners that complain badly on the quality of those hubs. they have either lots of drag in the bearings or already play when new. the bearings need to be replaced every month (!!). after just some miles the bearings develop play..that's the comments i hear from several guys using them in germany...for me these hubs are definitely gone from the wish-list. lets just hope the Extralite hubs are better quality.

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    I have a set of the american classic ultralight disc wheels and am content so far with their performance. I got the spoke upgrade that was supposed to drop 140g. the wheelset was supposed to weigh 1285g. but i weighed them and they came in a little over 1300g. i guess my scale could be off.

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