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Got my new Kovee Pro 30 29" wheels in today. Seem very nice. A bit more subtle of a look than the Line Pro 30's.

Weights measured with preinstalled rim strip, valves and the Shimano fhb:
Front-755g
Rear-894g
Total- 1649g

Pretty impressive tolerances. Difference between measured and stated are 65g and 69 grams respectively (I don't know why they don't state the tubeless ready weight when they literally come out of the box that way but whatever).

I'll try to post some pictures when they're installed.
Mode of transport Spoke Bicycle wheel rim Rim Line
Bicycle wheel rim Bicycle tire Wood Flooring Spoke
 

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Yes. And I bet without rim strips, valves, and a XD driver it would be spot on.

Finally got the bike to Highland yesterday to do some downhill. No issues so far🤞
 

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I just got a set randomly and am wondering about the durability. I would be using them for more enduroy like uses but im only 145 lbs. debating on selling them for line pros
 

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Im 150 and they've been h0lding up great including park use. If you are really worried you could always run one of the foam strips but I'm pretty confident in them.
 
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