Surly Large Marge rims. Massive 65mm width for, well... anything you wantToThrow at it. Drilled for Presta with stainless eyelets RM0003 is machinedTo reduce weight Features a pinned/sleeved joint, eyelet spoke holes, machined brakeTrack, andTriple-box design Double wall design requires 16mm nipples. Item Specifications Color Black/Silver
a Cross Country Rider
from Fairfax, Ca
Date Reviewed: February 19, 2012
Strengths: Big rim. Strong and well made.
Riding fat front is a blast, and this rim is very strong. The spoke spacing along with the rim's width make for a stiff wheel. The buildup was very easy though I did have to modify my truing stand to get feelers on the side of the rim. There are some DIY web reports of drilling the rim to lighten it. Good rim but heavy.
It seems that the big on-line shops have finally run out of stock. Has anybody seen one in a local shop that you could put me in contact with?
I'm building up a bike piece by piece with my son over the course of several months. We got one in December from Tree Fort but they no longer have them. ... Read More »
Have a set I need to get rid of.
Respond here or PM me and I'll check back later. Give me an offer. They're used so aren't "perfect" (slight marks here and there) but are straight - no dents or anything like that. Braking surface is perfect (if you're using v's) as I was using disc.
If you ch ... Read More »
I'm seeing a lot of deals on offset LM online, however rarely any non-offset rims/wheels.
Is it possible to true/dish the wheel 17.5mm back into "straight"? Would I need new spokes? ...is it even worth the :madman: ?Read More »
Curious who's used smaller MTB tires on a large marge rim, and to see pics of the tires on the rim. I have Arrow Racing 3.0s which are nice, but like something that may work better in sand....and slightly lighter. I have a 1x1Read More »