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Just got my American Classic 350 Disc wheelset. They weigh 1466g on my scale (no skewers or tape). The skewers add 104g. Its not often I get something lighter than advertised. :D

Now I just need some nice bolt-on skewers...any suggestions?
 

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It's great when things are lighter than advertised, way to go AM Classic. I just bought a set of 350 non disc wheels, can't wait to try them out on the race course next season. I've been using 04 Mavic Crosslands for the last season and a half, I'm curious as to how much difference loosing 500g of wheel weight will make.
 

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Weight is awesome as well as ride

I got mine a few months ago and abused the heck out of them. So far they have been very durable. Waiting to put them on a Blur XC I just ordered. Mine weighed in around 1495 with skewers.
 

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craig said:
Just got my American Classic 350 Disc wheelset. They weigh 1466g on my scale (no skewers or tape). The skewers add 104g. Its not often I get something lighter than advertised. :D

Now I just need some nice bolt-on skewers...any suggestions?
I'm happy with my Control Tech bolt-on skewers. I might be giving the M2 Racer bolt-ons a try next season, but will carry the Control Techs around as back-ups! :cool:
 
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