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Finally, I've built a bike using rims in question and rode humble 50 km. Here's my experience: Putting Schwalbe One Tubeless was tough as hell, I had to lube everything with dishwashing liquid to drop enough traction, tires sit very tight. Tire doesn't blow off at 100 psi. I didn't pump more that that. It takes two weeks for non-sealed tire to lose all ...


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Hub Width On road, mountain, and hybrid, the front hubs are 100mm in width. On road bicycles the rear is typically 130mm, where on a MTB it is typically 135mm. Measure this from your old hub, and DON'T stretch/force a different hub width. Wheel (Rim) Diameter The most typical road rim is a 700c which will mean the bead seat diameter of the rim is 622mm, ...


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Let's start at the outside and work our way inwards. Most tyres don't care which way they rotate, although as others have said it may be beneficial to keep it going the same way for its lifetime. It might be slightly better for the fatigue-life of the spoke holes in the rim, the nipples, the hub flanges and the spokes if they are always put through the ...



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