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CXP33'S(7 posts)

CXP33'Slotterypick
Sep 30, 2003 1:25 PM
Okay so it looks like I'll look into getting the CXP33 wheel set with Ultegra.

My question is: where's the best place to buy them.

A LBS said yesterday that I might be able to get a deal because a lot of OEM's are using other wheelsets, meaning not Mavic's, so perhaps I can get a deal.

ANy advice is appreciated.
re: CXP33'SR600DuraAce
Sep 30, 2003 1:31 PM
Colorado Cyclists and Excel Sports. The set shouldn't cost more than $200? I remember my Dura Ace/Open Pro put me slightly over $300, last year from Colorado Cyclists.
one good place is Excelsports...TNSquared
Sep 30, 2003 1:35 PM
A little over a month ago I bought a set of cxp33/ultegra wheels from Excelsports and they are very well built. You can have them laced however you want them and it will run you well under $300. Excelsports also has great customer service. I've done quite a bit of business with them and have never had an issue.

Colorado Cyclist and some others are supposed to be good too, but I don't have experience with them.
re: CXP33'SCurtSD
Sep 30, 2003 1:41 PM
I've had two sets of Cxp33/Ultegra wheels built by Colorado Cyclist and they've both been great.
These rims are kinda priceyColnagoFE
Sep 30, 2003 2:05 PM
I think I paid $75 or so when I had my wheel rebuilt. Excel often has good deals if you need a whole wheelset built up.
can sell you my setPeterRider
Sep 30, 2003 3:32 PM
CXP33 32h with Dura ace 7700 rear and chorus front. Wanted to sell them on ebay, but people wanted to pay $100-150 for them, so at that price I prefer to keep them. ~300 miles on the wheels, 0 mile on rear hub.

Pierre
Colorado Cyclists nmbigrider
Sep 30, 2003 3:35 PM