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    Default 36T Components

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    I got a happy birthday message from the forum today so I thought I'd share a couple of pics of new wheels we're working on :)
     

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    Default Re: 36T Components

    Happy birthday and nice wheels ! Old school V shape ?
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    Default Re: 36T Components

    I like that rim.

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    Default Re: 36T Components

    That rim looks nice and I like that depth.
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    Default Re: 36T Components

    Yeah details please?
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    Default Re: 36T Components

    These pics are of attribute prototypes. The rim section depth is 35mm, the v-section rim is perfect for low inertia and high lateral stiffness although we're tuning the sectional profile to improve aero aspect.

    Spokes are asymmetrical unidirectional carbon rim-to-rim design, co-moulded to the rim during manufacture.

    Hub is a proprietary design - primarily carbon components, machined components are aircraft-grade aluminium and titanium.

    We're targeting sub 1kg mass for the pair.

    We're still some way from launch - you can see more about our story on our Facebook page http://www.facebook.com/36TComponents - but I'll be sure to post more pics here when the production wheels are ready!
     

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