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louevilcyclist RichardCunningham's article
May 28, 2014 at 14:48
May 28, 2014
Industry Nine Gravity 29 Wheels - Review
@T-Woot: Clearly the hubs do not cost $1,500. That is ignorant. The hubs are pricey as well as the machined spokes. Then you have the cost of the rim and labor to build them and at that they are still not $1,500 if you stick with stock color options. People could say the same to you about purchasing a rim that cost close to $1,000 and then you still need the hub, spokes and labor to build it. No one is forcing anyone to purchase them. If you don't feel like you can justify that then don't. I personally am a huge fan of them and have had nothing but great luck and customer service from I9 anytime I had a question or needed something. I have mine laced up to Flow-EX rims. I've had a set for DH and a set now for my AM bike and they have been bomb proof. Are the hubs pricey? Sure but they are top notch stuff.
louevilcyclist RichardCunningham's article
May 28, 2014 at 13:49
May 28, 2014
Industry Nine Gravity 29 Wheels - Review
rims are cheap. It's all the machining that goes into the hubs. You could get a "cheap" carbon rim laced to another hub for a similar price but if you want a high quality hub you have to pay for it.
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