Hi Do you think these rims (rhynolite) would work with 1.5 inch tires? Or are they too wide? Thanks -Carl ... wheel ... Yahoo! ... theFeb 1, 2008 1 of 5View SourceHi
Do you think these rims (rhynolite) would work with 1.5
inch tires? Or are they too wide?
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i ve got rhynolites with 1.5 tires on my x right now. they are compatible, but i m planning on going back to schwalbe marathon 1.75 s soon, when i get newFeb 2, 2008 1 of 5View Sourcei've got rhynolites with 1.5" tires on my x right now.
they are compatible, but i'm planning on going back to
schwalbe marathon 1.75's soon, when i get new ones. i
find the 1.5" tires to be not stable enough,
especially with a lot of weight. i think the
marathons are built much stronger as well.
re: Shimano Alfine rear hub for bigger rider
i think 36 spokes on the back are enough even for the
loads you're talking about. if it's well built by a
good shop with a stout rim. i don't know about the
durability of the hub with big loads. it's defiitely
beyond what it's built for. if you do many hills it
may not have enough gear range either.
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