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May 26, 2020 at 22:02
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@kyleeiji: This comment aged well.

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May 26, 2020 at 21:58
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First Look: Specialized's 1,240 Gram Roval Wheels Are Designed to Protect Your Tires
Actually yes. 21 mm is a common width for recent models of road rims.
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R-M-R mikelevy's article
May 26, 2020 at 15:20
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First Look: Specialized's 1,240 Gram Roval Wheels Are Designed to Protect Your Tires
Not every product is ideal for every rider, nor should it be. Options are good!
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May 26, 2020 at 13:34
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First Look: Specialized's 1,240 Gram Roval Wheels Are Designed to Protect Your Tires
@vinay: Not much hassle for you or me, clearly, but enough that it puts some people off. You only need to look at the complaining that pops up every time a bike is released with an asymmetric rear end. Except Liteville, of course, because their customers are nerds - and I say that affectionately! Yes, you could shift a 142 mm hub. Compared to a Boost hub, you may get more symmetrical bracing angles, but you would accomplish it via weakening the disc side, not strengthening the drive side. A better solution is to use a Boost hub with asymmetric rim and compensate for any remaining imbalance via different spoke diameters on either side.
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