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Replacement wheels for Rolf Vector Pro's(3 posts)

Replacement wheels for Rolf Vector Pro'scincy1
Jan 2, 2003 9:53 AM
I'm shopping for a new set of wheels to replace my Rolf Vector Pro's. I've grown accustomed to the reduced spoke / aero / black look of the Rolf's but don't want to take a chance Rolf Prima will make it as a business. I'd would like something similar to the Vector Pro's in performance, style and durability. I weigh 200 lbs. Never had a problem with the Rolf's going out of true in three years of heavy use on some rotten roads. How about Campy Eurus/Zonda as a replacement? Can they take a Clydesdale? Any other suggestions?
I have the Euruscarpe_podium
Jan 2, 2003 1:50 PM
I weigh 185 and haven't had any durability problems with the Eurus. Have about 2500 mi. on them, including getting caught in the rain a few times, etc., they're still true and the hubs spin forever. They go really well with a Campy dirvetrain too (obviously).
From what I've read...REPO42
Jan 2, 2003 11:46 PM
Dollar for dollar Velomax has some kick ass wheelsets... the orion comp series is supposed to be an awesome wheelset.. like 1600 grams per set.. You can get them for aroundj 375 on ebay.. ksyrium elites are another goodie, and don't forget about Bontrager lites... well hope this helps...