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    35mm id rim

    35 - 38 mm id where are they?

    Nox got one @ 36id.
    Santa Cruz their branded product @ 37id.
    Stans Baron @ 35id.

    Who else...........?
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    I think Trek makes one.

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    RF ARC and DT XM 521 both at 35.
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    CarbonFan has asym rims at 34 and 39. You can get rims or wheels.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tungsten View Post
    35 - 38 mm id where are they?

    Nox got one @ 36id.
    Santa Cruz their branded product @ 37id.
    Stans Baron @ 35id.

    Who else...........?
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    i9 bc360 is 36mm id

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    There a NONE, no one makes an Inner DIAMETER rim of 35mm, there are LOTS of Inner WIDTH rims in that dimension, just check most major rim manufacturers.
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    id=inner dimension

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    ooo = opposite of outer

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    Quote Originally Posted by Schulze View Post
    ooo = opposite of outer
    Both of these are true.

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    Zelvy

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    Zelvy only makes 30mm IW wheels.

    Ibis makes 35mm IW wheels.

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    Yes Derby still makes them. Just ordered a pair.

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    No, not even close, come on man, you're grabbing at straws

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    Spank Oozy Trail

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    EIE make an i39 rim that is very light. Just had a set built up for my +bike.

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    Nextie has a bunch of wide rims
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    Carbonfan also makes an ooo35, XY series, for a reasonable price.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MSU Alum View Post
    id=inner dimension
    That's like saying mm means meaty mountains instead of millimeter.

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    As stated above, Inner Width is the correct term. Using "id" is a common mistake when referring to the inner width, but it's still an incorrect term/abbreviation.

    If looking for wheelsets, Roval has aluminum Traverse 38 wheels, which have a 38 mm inner width for 27.5".

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    Quote Originally Posted by One Pivot View Post
    That's like saying mm means meaty mountains instead of millimeter.
    Yes, it's exactly like saying that, except meaty mountains have nothing to do with measurement.

    An acronym is an acronym. It can be anything. There is no cabal of acronym standards that meets in "The Meadows" to decide what can and can't be used.

    The beauty of the new standard, "ooo", is that it is a negative descriptor. It gains meaning from being exclusionary; and while it COULD refer to anything from the hub dimensions to your morbidly corpulent aunt's third fupa fold, you know exactly what it is.

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    35mm id rim

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    It would take a "special" person to think that 35mm id means inner diameter. That just doesn't make any sense. I don't think "id" is particularly useful as an abbreviation to describe the width of the inner measure of the channel in the rim, but it has made its way into common usage. To not recognize what is meant by it actually takes a purposeful level of idiocy. You have to try to be stupid to not understand what is meant.

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    Takes a certain kind of special to refer to it as ID, when it is an abbreviation that has been used for generations to mean INNER DIAMETER - just because someone doesn't want to put their thinking cap on, doesn't mean it's right. Why would you use an obtuse term like dimension when talking about a specific measurement as you tried to argue - inner dimension could mean the channel width, the bead to bead, the width of the bead seat, anything. Just admit that you and everyone else who uses it is using it wrong and be done already.

    Quote Originally Posted by MSU Alum View Post
    It would take a "special" person to think that 35mm id means inner diameter. That just doesn't make any sense. I don't think "id" is particularly useful as an abbreviation to describe the width of the inner measure of the channel in the rim, but it has made its way into common usage. To not recognize what is meant by it actually takes a purposeful level of idiocy. You have to try to be stupid to not understand what is meant.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LyNx View Post
    Takes a certain kind of special to refer to it as ID, when it is an abbreviation that has been used for generations to mean INNER DIAMETER - just because someone doesn't want to put their thinking cap on, doesn't mean it's right. Why would you use an obtuse term like dimension when talking about a specific measurement as you tried to argue - inner dimension could mean the channel width, the bead to bead, the width of the bead seat, anything. Just admit that you and everyone else who uses it is using it wrong and be done already.
    Exactly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LyNx View Post
    Takes a certain kind of special to refer to it as ID, when it is an abbreviation that has been used for generations to mean INNER DIAMETER - just because someone doesn't want to put their thinking cap on, doesn't mean it's right. Why would you use an obtuse term like dimension when talking about a specific measurement as you tried to argue - inner dimension could mean the channel width, the bead to bead, the width of the bead seat, anything. Just admit that you and everyone else who uses it is using it wrong and be done already.
    And yet you know EXACTLY what id35mm means when you read it. But that doesn't stop you from writing an irrelevant wall of text crying to the internet, does it? lol

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    If someone calls Trump a Monarch, would you correct them and say that he's a President, not a king? They are both words that essentially mean that he's a certain country's leader, right?

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    e13. Just thought I'd get the thread back "OT". Have at it with that acronym!😀
    Wait whuuut, who did he tell you that!?!?....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Schulze View Post
    And yet you know EXACTLY what id35mm means when you read it. But that doesn't stop you from writing an irrelevant wall of text crying to the internet, does it? lol
    We know what people mean when they post bikes "for sell" too, but it's still pretty dumb.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JMac47 View Post
    e13. Just thought I'd get the thread back "OT". Have at it with that acronym!😀
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    My Enve 635 rims have a 35mm identification sticker on them, but most rims don't have ID labels on them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by One Pivot View Post
    We know what people mean when they post bikes "for sell" too, but it's still pretty dumb.
    That is grammatically wrong, not just some regular words you shorten into an acronym.

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    Iíve always used Ďií and a number to designate rim inner width like i25, i30, etc.

    Why is external width even a thing we discuss, like who cares about this dimension?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Schulze View Post
    That is grammatically wrong, not just some regular words you shorten into an acronym.
    Grammatically wrong, wrong abbreviations, who give a crap, it's all wrong. Why should anyone feel badly about correcting either? Since when have we become so defensive about being corrected? Oh yeah, around the time the snowflakes learned to type...
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    Quote Originally Posted by BmanInTheD View Post
    Grammatically wrong, wrong abbreviations, who give a crap, it's all wrong. Why should anyone feel badly about correcting either? Since when have we become so defensive about being corrected? Oh yeah, around the time the snowflakes learned to type...
    Totally agree . I"m always correct peoples grammar in real life so why not online? Some people take issue with it, but thats they're effen problem.
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    Some riders like to know the outside and inside width so they can take the difference then divide by 2 only to arrive at the bead thickness.

    OP Derby has a rim that should meet your needs. I have an extra set if youíre interested.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tungsten View Post
    35 - 38 mm id where are they?

    Nox got one @ 36id.
    Santa Cruz their branded product @ 37id.
    Stans Baron @ 35id.

    Who else...........?
    I use this Velocity Rim, it's internal width is 39mm and available in 26, 27.5 and 29":
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    Quote Originally Posted by BmanInTheD View Post
    Grammatically wrong, wrong abbreviations, who give a crap, it's all wrong. Why should anyone feel badly about correcting either? Since when have we become so defensive about being corrected? Oh yeah, around the time the snowflakes learned to type...
    There is no such thing as a wrong abbreviation. It is literally just a phrase reduced to its first letters. Didn't the teacher cover this in middle school?

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