Sun-Ringle Inferno 25 27.5 Rims

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Product Description

  • Outside Width: 25mm
  • Inner bead width: 20.3mm
  • Section Height: 19mm
  • Type: Sleeved or Welded
  • Brake Compatibility: Disc Only
  • Hole Count: 28, 32, 36

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    Inferno 25 Rims & Racing Ralph's TUBELESS ? ? ?

    So, I have read many posts on this forum about the issue of buying new C'dale bikes with the Inferno 25s and Ra Ras, and converting them to tubeless. Even though C'dale sends them out with the Stan's tape and stems, these rims weren't meant to be tubeless. Is this still an issue, where I should be ... Read More »

    2012 Jekyll 3 with Sun Ringle Inferno 25 mounting Schwalbe Hans Dampf in Tubeless

    Like the title says I'm trying to fit my stock tires (Hans Dampf) onto my inferno 25 rims that came with my jekyll 3 and I was wondering if anyone had any experience with this set up. My local lbs is telling me that I can't mount them tubeless but the guy was I was talking to didn't seem to be inte ... Read More »

    Mininion DHF 2ply 2.5 + Sun Ringle Inferno 25 - setup question

    Even since I got my bike I was really disappointed with the stock tires : Schwalbe Hans Dampf in 2.35 , as I was getting pinch flats/snake bites almost each ride I went ( never run under 2 bar ,opposed to what they list as a 1.6 minimum) . Therefore I bought a pair of Maxxis Minions DHF in 2.5" d ... Read More »

    Sun Inferno 25/How to have an amazing rear wheel for 100 bucks.

    Needed a new rear wheel, so I went ahead and picked up a sun inferno 25. Im impressed! It looks very well made, the seam looks good and everything is consistent and appears well made. Weighed in at 471g... which I think is a very good weight for a rim this size. Listed at 448g, so its over w ... Read More »

    Any one run there Inferno 25 tubless yet?

    Trying mine right now on my rapid robs. Sealed up the few sidwall holes there was but the bead is leaking abit. Might be that I didnt soap the bead first. One thing I noticed was there was no nice bead pop while inflating with the compressor. I guess i will see how it holds upRead More »

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