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    Cane Creek Terros Disc Wheels $140 a set!


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    Where do you see them as disc compatible?

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    Under the first bullet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TooManyTacos
    Thanks

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    It says $160

    Quote Originally Posted by TooManyTacos
    Did you use a coupon or something?

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    Seems like CC is getting out of the MTB wheel market.

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    seems like CC getting out of WHEEL market (except for track)

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    Sorry guys, I guess they only had the $140 price for that one day. Now it's $199.

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    I spoke with Cane Creek at length this week and they have definitely gotten out of the mountain wheel business. They said they could no longer produce any multi-geared wheels and be able to compete with cheaper wheels coming out of Asia. And I'm sure Industry Nine's growing share of the high end mountain wheel market didn't help. They weren't making money with their mountain or road wheels so they had to stop producing them. Now the only wheels they make are their new track wheels. Personally, I have no experience with their road wheels but their Zonos and Terros were incredible mountain wheels for the money. And my Zonos Team discs have been stellar performers for 2 years now.

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    STP 20 % off now

    20% off $75 or more until Nov. 5th. thata make the wheel set $160. not a bad price.

    I read good review from UK mag MTBR's long term test, it was praised for the built quality and durability, survived year long test by heavy rider and wet UK weather. The wheel weight and value was the main complain, but at this price now it should out gun Mavic Crossride or FSA xc-300.

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    I ordered these and got them yesterday. If anyone wants them...PM me

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