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    TBc v1 sweet wheels to 5010v1 sweet wheels or 5010v2 no sweet

    I love my 2012 TBc 120 front w/ Roval SLs, thinking about a 5010. Great climber & flats, a bit tough on the the LA SoCal downs.

    2015 5010 v1 w/ Enve? or 5010 v2 no Enve same build? Same price.

    So, great build, old geometry & suspension OR new geo & sus but lessor wheels? Build is the same otherwise.

    I sway back & forth believing 5010 v2 is worth the dough but is it really?
    wafflemaster!

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    5010 v2 + light bicycle car on rims on hopes (800$) - if u can afford it.

    What wheels standard on the 5010?
    TB 2012 is not the through axle type, correct? That puts it out of the game for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OrenPerets View Post
    5010 v2 + light bicycle car on rims on hopes (800$) - if u can afford it.

    What wheels standard on the 5010?
    TB 2012 is not the through axle type, correct? That puts it out of the game for me.

    Oren


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    This, there is no special sauce to the Enve's. You are much better off with the new geometry and you can build some killer carbon wheels for $1200.

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    v1 with carbon for same price as v2.....I don't know, can you ride both first? I'm tempted by the v1 ready to go with the sweet wheels! I know for me it would already stretch the budget getting a new bike, then to try and add new wheels to the v2 would be tough.

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    I'm in the same situation just sold my m4 carbon and can score 50% on a 5010 v1 or pony up retail for v2. Gonna try to score a demo this weekend since I'm back in LA.

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    The stock alloy wheels on the v2 are pretty nice. Nice wide rims, good hubs, and fairly light. I'd go with the v2.

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