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    ENVY Wheel decal Replacements

    I dream of having ENVY wheelsets but I know many of you do own them. So I though I post this just in case you've not seem these. They are custom decals for any color of bike. Beats that old white decal you normally see. Anyway, I think they look cool. Found them available here: ENVE 45 Decals : Fairwheel Bikes, Cycling Boutique


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    they look awesome but those are for 700cc wheels, wonder if they would work on a 26 wheel

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    Would it be wrong to put those on my Mavics?

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    Here's the 26" XC version.
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    those look great, where did you get them as I did not see them on Fairwheels site

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    Gorgeous build XC. Those blue highlights look great!
    Check out www.zencyclery.com for fully customizable, handbuilt wheels.

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    I tried to get these on my wheels before they shipped mine out -I figure for the price I could choose like my build specs. No go. They are ultimately rolling adverts, hopefully w taste.
    $40 per rim seems a bit steep. And speaking of good aesthetic "taste", I would probably fail by getting only one set -putting two on one side(s), a single on the other for both wheels!


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    Quote Originally Posted by CreativeEdge View Post
    those look great, where did you get them as I did not see them on Fairwheels site
    I got them at Fairwheel when they built my wheelset back in Febuary. There on the website, just click on "new products".

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    I could get these for you at US$65 for 2 wheels, inclusive of shipping.

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    Quote Originally Posted by grandsalmon View Post
    $40 per rim seems a bit steep. And speaking of good aesthetic "taste", I would probably fail by getting only one set -putting two on one side(s), a single on the other for both wheels!
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    The Canadian Enve distributor wants $10/each for the OEM replacement decals, that $120/ pair of wheels. I wanted to check into the cost of getting my Edge wheels to match my Enve seatpost and bars, but that was a bit steep. .
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    Quote Originally Posted by rockyuphill View Post
    The Canadian Enve distributor wants $10/each for the OEM replacement decals, that $120/ pair of wheels. I wanted to check into the cost of getting my Edge wheels to match my Enve seatpost and bars, but that was a bit steep. .
    Same story here in the US. Something like $115 for 12. Usually deters most people from even considering it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zen Cyclery View Post
    Gorgeous build XC. Those blue highlights look great!
    Thanks Zen

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    I'm in the same boat... the price seems too high. I'm experiencing sticker shock.

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    I removed my decals as I didnt want the extra rotating mass. I should have requested no decals on them and reduced the price of my wheelset by $120.......

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