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    WTB Fequency i23??

    Have been wishing for years for a wider rim then my 819's. The I23 is about the same weight but 4mm wider ID. Anyone have first hand experience with these rims?

    819's are bombproof. Would hate to give that up.

    For the record not interested in any rims without a UST type bead interface and 823's are just too much rim.

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    Well........I guess I'll wait it out a while before deciding on going with the rim. Too new. Besides that I cracked my frame today. Need to focus on that issue first.
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    The Yeti? Look at the Pivot 5.7 if you have warranty issues
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2BeerJoe View Post
    The Yeti? Look at the Pivot 5.7 if you have warranty issues
    I blame it on Pass mtn. That trail is a bike killer. The time before we rode it, I rode with a couple Brits out there. Graham snapped his Yeti Seven seat or chainstay clean in half.


    Anyhow, I have no worries about warranty with Yeti. They are great guys over there.

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    There's some experience in the Wheels and Tires Forum

    Quote Originally Posted by eatdrinkride View Post
    Have been wishing for years for a wider rim then my 819's. The I23 is about the same weight but 4mm wider ID. Anyone have first hand experience with these rims?

    819's are bombproof. Would hate to give that up.

    For the record not interested in any rims without a UST type bead interface and 823's are just too much rim.
    Hey everybody, ride my wheels! They ride good, real good.
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