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    Mavic wheel service location Phoenix

    Hi all.
    I have an older set of Mavic Crossmax SX wheels, need to convert the rear to 142x12. Apparently the older wheels cannot be converted, but, I am uncertain what year mine are exactly, so need someone in the know to have a look at them.
    Where to go?
    I live on the north side of SoMo, so, the closer to there the better.
    My bike, Slayer 70

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    Re: Mavic wheel service location Phoenix

    Give Peter at Rage a call. He has built Mavic wheels for me in the past maybe he can help sort it out.

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    Also, try Exhale Bikes. They're not really close by, but great guys & I'll be sending my Mavic's in for servicing/re-building through them.
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    I'll be driving right by Exhale tomorrow.
    Thanks, I'll throw my wheel in the truck and stop in.
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    Another spot south is Industry Bikes in Chandler.
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    Mike,
    If you can't find an answer post a picture hear and I can let you know.

    Thanks!

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    What do you need a picture of?
    I have the wheels in my truck, but the cassettes are on 'em and I did not bring a whip or insert to remove them.
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    Mike,
    Just the wheels, a shot where you can see the rims and hub graphics really. That way I can tell the model year.

    Jeff

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    Mavic wheel service location Phoenix-p1050944.jpgMavic wheel service location Phoenix-p1050947.jpgMavic wheel service location Phoenix-p1050946.jpgMavic wheel service location Phoenix-p1050945.jpg
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    Just another half mile...
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    Try Slippery Pig. When I was running Mavics a few years ago, they were the only ones that carried any spare parts and spoke for Mavic wheels.

    Quote Originally Posted by Mike H. View Post
    Hi all.
    I have an older set of Mavic Crossmax SX wheels, need to convert the rear to 142x12. Apparently the older wheels cannot be converted, but, I am uncertain what year mine are exactly, so need someone in the know to have a look at them.
    Where to go?
    I live on the north side of SoMo, so, the closer to there the better.

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    Thanks.
    I've been in the shop on several occasions, have bought goods and service, however I will not be going back.

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    Mavic Wheel Identification chart

    Guessing by that link you have the 2007 model.

    John

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    Sure does.
    A different Mavic tech told me the 2008's are convertible using this part number; 30871501... and seeing how the 2007's and 2008's look identical... you can see my dilemma.
    My bike, Slayer 70

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