Cane Creek Deep - V Wheelset

4.5/5 (2 Reviews)
MSRP : $600.00

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Cane Creek Deep - V

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User Reviews

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by Karl a Racer from St. Louis

Date Reviewed: November 8, 2003

Strengths:    Stay true with minimal maintenance. Customer Service! A+

Weaknesses:    None yet!

Bottom Line:   
I am using these for Cyclocross along with a rear aero head and both work great. The CX around here is in grassy fields where you can see the bumps and holes ahead. These wheels so far has taken it all and stayed true. Customer service not only takes care of you but they make you feel like you want to call back just to chat.

If I can get a hold of some CC-Carbons I may be giving a review on them! Thanks CC!!


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Favorite Trail:   Barryman and Chubb

Duration Product Used:   1 Year

Purchased At:   CC

Similar Products Used:   All kinds of wheels

Bike Setup:   IF Planet-X / Merlin Custom CX
All DA

Overall Rating:4
Submitted by Michael George a Cross-Country Rider from Fremont CA

Date Reviewed: July 21, 1999

Always true

Extension Valve

Bottom Line:   
They had to back order this for me last december I have not had to true it once, though because it is hard to keep air in it I have dented the brake track of the rim 2 times and bend the track back into shape. The valve extension is needed to pump up the tube though because of the tall rim. I figured know to use the extension to pump up the tire, and take it off when I am done screw down the valve, and then put the extension back on (so as not to loose it). Even after denting the rim though it is still perfectly true. My first wheel would always loose its true very fast and it was not fun dealing with that. It would also be nice if Cane Creek made a ceramic matrix rim and maybe even a tubeless system.

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Favorite Trail:   
Can't pick one

Duration Product Used:   
1 Year

Similar Products Used:   
Stock wheels on Rockhopper

Bike Setup:   
Specialized Rockhopper Aluminum
Rockshox xc extended travel
Sram ESP 9.0s Shifters
Sram Esp 9.0 Rear derailleur
xt Front Derailleur
lx crank
xtr steel casset

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