- carbonzone componants
Of ebay ilk….
Im tempted by a set of their 88mm carbon tub roadie wheels – i believe carbonzone supply planet x with their wheels as oppose to the gigantex rims other companies use ?
any one got any reasons not to – or any other suppliers to try? – gigantex 80s are 225 quid each just for the rim so out of question.Posted 4 years agochief9000Member
Lets see the link. I would certainly do my research if I was going to buy carbon rims from a company which I know little about. We put generate a great deal of heat during braking on long descents and not all matrices will resist this. You need to be sure their materials are well specified and are what they say they are.Posted 4 years ago
should maybe clarify that they are for my TT bike which does VERY little braking- occasional corners.
its just carbonzone on ebay.
they have 88s and 50s – a few frames and some bars. good feedback but other than an affiliate to “inferior” planet x rims made by wheelsmith – not seeing much real world feedback on their wheels
i wouldnt be rushing to spec them on a road bike.Posted 4 years ago
88mm? fair enough, but you know you won’t be able to ride those on at least 88% of the time in the UK?
never heard of the brand before, but most likely they’ll be the same as all the other carbon wheel brands on eBay. Cheapish/heavy , but I hear they ride pretty well.
Spares can be an issue. Google search: wheelsmithPosted 4 years agodamitamitMember
People on the forums (Weighweenies, Bikeradar) seem to like the carbon wheels from Farsports.
I bought my FM028 carbon frame from Carbonzone a couple of years ago and they were good to deal with. It also arrived much quicker than I had expected.Posted 4 years ago
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