Stans NoTubes ZTR Arch 29er Wheelset
|MSRP : $165.00|
Product DescriptionZTR ARCH EX 29er Wheelset How do you improve an already fantastic wheelset likeThe ZTR ARCH 29er wheelset for 2012? Well, you start by making it lighter, wider and stiffer for increased strength. That lighter weight will help you accelerate faster andThe internal arch design inThe rim will make sureThat your wheels are strong enoughTo keep you onTheTrail. Bead SocketTechnology will give you superiorTubeless compatibility when used withThe included yellowTape. The perfect rim for Aggressive X
Date Reviewed: December 18, 2012
Strengths: Strong, True, Fast, Perfect for riders who want that balance between weight and strength. Oh, and they come in white!!!
Weaknesses: Can be pricey (maybe not compared to similar sets)...I purchased mine with a 15% military discount offer.
White is slightly heavier than black. :(
Duration Product Used: 1 year
Price Paid: $630.00
Purchased At: Stans No Tubes
Similar Products Used: Mavic C29SSMAX, Vuelta, Mavic 717 and 819...
Bike Setup: Light!
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I'm coming off of Easton Haven carbons, and while I did have a few busted spokes and had the rear hub replaced under warranty, I'm tough on wheels and thought that they held up well for 2-1/2 years of abuse on a Santa Cruz TBc. Loved the light weight and the quick spin-up and acceleration. So, wil ... Read More »
I've got the above wheel set and i use The Captain 2.2 29er up front and Maxxis Ignitor 29er in the rear I've had a heap of flats from thorns and its time to try no tubes. What I am trying to work out is do I really only need the Yellow tape, sealant and some removable presta cores and I'm away l ... Read More »
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