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Campagnolo Zonda Wheel Sets
$788.52 (103%)
Weight: 680 g
Mavic Cosmic Carbone Slr
$2449.90 - 2499.90 (150%)
Weight: 1595 g
Easton EA 90tt Wheelset
Front Wheel: $214.95
Wheelset: $449.99
Weight: 720 g
Shimano XT M776
Wheelset: $529.99
Front Wheel: $699.95
Weight: 50 g
SRAM S27 Wheelset
$145.81 - 209.99 (-29%)
Weight: 735 g

Wheelset Summary
A bike wheel consists of a hub, spokes and a rim. A pair of wheels is often called a wheelset, especially in the context of already built, "off the shelf" performance-oriented wheels.

Bicycle wheels fit into the frame and fork via dropouts.

The first bicycle wheels followed the traditions of carriage building by using a wooden hub with a fixed steel axle (for which the plain bearings were located in the fork ends), wooden spokes, and a shrink fitted iron tire. A typical modern wheel has a metal hub, wire tension spokes and a metal rim that locates a pneumatic tire.

Like many other integral computer parts, compatibility issues abound. For MTB bikes, be sure to get wheels that are the right size (26" or 29"), that are compatible with the type of brakes you want (rim brakes or disc brakes), and that use the type of tire you want to run (clincher or tubeless). Road bikes are less complicated with only their main issue being the tire type (tubular or clincher).
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SRAM S30 Front Wheel
$254.01 - 488.00 (-19%)
SRAM Comp Series 506
Front Wheel: $118.80
Rear Wheel: $152.00
Reynolds Rzr Wheelset
$4050.00 - 4500.00 (-11%)
Shimano Wh-R500 Wheelset
$199.95 (28%)
Weight: 1884 g
Dimension Wtb Speeddisc
$122.00 (81%)
Weight: 1162 g
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