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Velocity 700c Dyad/Tiagra 4600 Wheel Set 36 Spoke
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Velocity 700c Dyad/Tiagra 4600 Wheel Set 36 Spoke

Model # (WE629)
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5.0 stars
 (4 Reviews)
$249.95
Availability: In Stock
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Velocity 700c Dyad/Tiagra 4600 Wheel Set 36 Spoke

Machine built.

Hubs: Shimano Tiagra 4600 8/9/10-speed cassette type. Silver.
Rims: Velocity Dyad. Silver.
Spokes: 36 DT Swiss 2.0/1.8mm Double-butted, stainless steel.
Rear Hub Spacing: 130 mm Standard road.
Recommended Tire Width: 28mm and up.

Will accept any Shimano-type cassette made in the last 15 years, 7-speed, 8-speed, 9-speed or 10-speed. (7-speed requires an additional 4.5 mm spacer to fill in the gap.)

QR Skewers included.

 

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    Pros

    • Bomb proof 
    • Handle gravel roads well 
    • Reliable 
    • Stay true once trued 

    Cons

    • A bit heavy but who cares 
    • Says malasia on the hubs 

    Best Uses

    • Commuting touring 
    • Crashing through pot hole 
    • Gravel grinders 
    • Loaded touring 
    • Multi terrain 

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    5.0

    great wheelset for a clyde

    By tall rider

    from Washington D.C.

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    Comments:

    for a tall clyde, these are a great solid wheelset. Built a soma bike with them. They've been very smooth and stay remarkably true over fairly rough commuting terrain with 28mm panaracer t-servs. Out of the box they did require some additional truing for me, spoke tension was not bad at all, and I repacked the bearings. Nothing was out of spec, but as machine built wheels I wanted to tweak a little. I expect to get a lot of years/miles out of them.

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    5.0

    Solid wheel set for loaded touring and multi-terrain rides

    By Maxl

    from Boston, MA

    About Me

    Pros

    • Handle Gravel Roads Well
    • Very reliable
    • Stay True Once Trued

    Cons

    • A Bit Heavy But Who Cares

    Best Uses

    • Loaded Touring
    • Gravel Grinders
    • Multi Terrain

    Comments:

    Put a set of these on my old Bianchi Volpe along with come Clement Xplor MSO tires and these perform extremely well on rough terrain as well as on pavement. Highly recommended.

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    5.0

    Outstanding Value

    By Mike the Bike

    from San Diego Ca.

    About Me

    Pros

    • Bomb proof

    Cons

    • Says Malasia On The Hubs

    Best Uses

    • Crashing Through Pot Hole

    Comments:

    After loosening the hubs I have not a worry in the world that these will hold up. I'm done now with expensive wheels especially sealed bearing hubs.

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    5.0

    perfect match for 25 yr old bike

    By moonhill

    from Kodiak, Alaska

    About Me

    Pros

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Commuting touring

        Comments:

        I have an old Fuji Touring III that I aquired from the original owner. It had 27 in rims, and some clearence issues, so I wanted to go 700c. With advice from [...] I tried the 130 mm hubs, (orig was 126mm). The Dyads are extremmly solid, the tiagras really roll, comparable to top line hubs from the 70s (not counting Phils) Also bought at the same time a spoke tensioner & I firmly believe that anyone contemplating a big tour should have their rims dialed in with one. Live in [...]., toured in Az last fall(Tonto Nat.Forest, lotta dirt roads) and have total confindence in these wheels.

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