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    All Mountain rims 650b

    What's sort of rims it's available for a allmountain on 650b

    Specs : Tubeless Ready

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    flows fit the bill or the tl28 if your not going ballistic w/ big air i guess

    as a cheaper alternative
    i have 2 sets of wtb trail650b's and they seem to be holding up to my fat ass smashing into stuff and crashing through stuff w/o even a care about the well being of the wheelset . i do stay on top of the tension/true

    it's very rocky and rooty but mostly rocky , the square edge , sharper variety where i have been abusing the one wheelset , < 4 ft drops and small jumps , lots of downed trees and other very uneven terrain that i have been seeing just how fast i can blaze through on the 650's , can't do that w/ any of the 26 wheel/tire combos i have w/o getting knocked around and doing it slower/working harder .

    nevs 2.3 or 2.1 front w/ 2.1 rear one one set , other set has neo 2.3 fr w/ quasi 2.0 rear , gonna try a 2.1 neo set and some tl28's

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    +1 WTB Laserdisc. Solid and good value


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    Stans ZTR Flow or Velocity Blunt (not SL) are also good choices but I agree on the WTB trails.
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    P35s?

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    thank's but now find 650b parts in Europe it's a nightmare
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    Quote Originally Posted by MMcG View Post
    P35s?
    ^^ this. Strong as hell, tubeless ready, and not too heavy.

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    Yea, I would rate P-35s more as Freeride rims.

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