Crank Brothers Opium Wheelset

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Crank Brothers Opium Disc Wheelset: Tough Freeride and Downhill wheelset (rim rib partially machined for optimal strength/weight). 24mm ID (29mm OD) elded, anodized 6061-T6 aluminum rim with unique "Y" ribbed cross-section...

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Thoughts: Crank Brothers Opium 3 handlebar?

In the market for a bar like the CB Opium 3's: 25-30mm rise, ~775/780mm width, less than 300g, reasonably priced. Anyone running these that can provide any feedback? Any other particular bar that fits that description that I should be looking at? I don't want any of the 15mm "such a small rise, t ... Read More »

Crank brothers Iodine or Opium SL headset

Hi there, I'm about to build up a large GT Sanction, with a Marz 55... but the steerer was cut rather short, so I'm looking to reduce as much stack height as possible, which brought me to the Crank Brothers headsets. So I compared the specs for the Iodine SL to the Opium DH SL, and was rather con ... Read More »

Crank Bros Opium reducer HS - no reviews?

ok...this product seems like it might be a nice lightweight 1.5 reducer headset. Unfortunately, 1 review says it's impossible to install. No other reviews to be found... Any personal feedback? weight 155g size 1.5in. stack height 20.56 including crown race top stack height 10.53mm b ... Read More »

Crank bros Opium wheelset reviews? opinions?

Hi, is there anybody out there who owns them or have heard anything on this wheels who could share an opinion? I may be trading my R-9 for a brand new wheelset in a couple days and since I really couldn't find any riders input on google I just wanted to ask here. ThanksRead More »

CB opium wheelset vs Hadley/Flow

building a AM 29er so obviously wheelset rotating mass is critical also flex just looking for opinions of the crankbrothers vs the hadley flows wheelset I am leaning towards hadley/ flow setup lots of threads on those but not many threads on the CB as far as engagement, durability etc cost ... Read More »

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