Labels w/ valves, always.
I always mean to, I never remember to do it though
building up new wheels so that I can run a front disc on it. Hope pro4 silver front hub, silver dt comp spokes and the new open pro disc rims.
for a rear wheel i'm trying to justify a phil wood, but it's kinda hard.
Need to be a fixed/fixed hub in silver. 32h
Är du Svenne Lucas? In that case I want to know what paint stripper you used and if you bought it in Sweden?
använde jag, penslade på, lindade runt med plastfolie och lät stå ett dygn typ.
fick köra två varv innan allt var borta
Convert a front disc hub to rear to match the front?
Did you end up running discs on the front? hows it handle?
I'm running GP4000's also in the 28mm, but theres about 1mm clearance between the tyre and the bottom of the fork so it rubs sometimes....looking at your pic above there seems to be loads of space?
The caad12 forks have waaay more space than my old caad10 fork.
Could probably fit a 32mm tire if i wanted as well.
Still haven't managed to get the disc wheelset built up, but then again the season just started up here in the north :) It's the exact same geometry of the forks though, so it should handle exactly like the rim brake version :)
Hi, love the build! just wondering the size, 54 0r 56? Thanks
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