Are Alex rims good?
For training use they are a good choice, able to stand some abuse while not breaking the bank. They are still running smoothly, though they haven’t seen much wet weather, and with the tubeless setup they’re comfortable too. The modern setup – wide rim, tubeless ready and sealed cartridge bearings.
Who makes Alex rims?
Forged aluminium wheels from ALEXRIMS are made from a special alloy which is lightweight, low-maintenance and cost-effective. IMS Group keeps a large stock of rims and can deliver most orders all over Europe within 48 hours….Valves.
|Part number of valve
|Suitable for wheel
|E001L / E001-1L
|E009L / E009-1L
Are all Alex rims tubeless Ready?
Alex rims website does list their rims as tubeless ready, just add tape. Anything but nevegals! Maybe anything but kendas. They are really lagging behind with their tire offerings.
Are Alex dp27k rims tubeless Ready?
This wheel boasts a 25mm inner and 30mm outer width that compliments today’s high-volume MTB tires. Pair them with your favorite rim tape and sealant to take advantage to their tubeless capabilities.
Where are Alex rims made?
The company mixes its own aluminum alloys and does its own extrusions and wheel building in its factory in Tainan. All of its aftermarket products are made there; the company also has some OE rims made in China.
What are Alexrims?
We’re an engineering company that loves cycling. We ride our products ourselves and test them on World Class races with top professional athletes in all facets of cycling. From Pro Road Racing teams to Extreme FR & DH riders, MTB Pro racers, Slopestyle Professionals to BMX, freestyle, jumping and racing pros.
Where are Alexrims made?
TAICHUNG, Taiwan – Alexrims has upgraded its hub factory in Taichung, Taiwan. This was announced at last March Taipei International Cycle Show. The upgraded facility is to focus on making high quality hubs for e-bikes.
How do you measure spoke length?
Pull both spoke heads inward towards the center to seat the nipples. Using the narrow tips of the caliper jaws, measure from inside to inside of each J-bend. Record this measurement to the nearest tenth of a millimeter. In our example, each spoke measured 266 mm, with the J-bend-to-J-bend at 35.7 mm.
What does 14G spokes mean?
The 14G refers to the diameter of the wheel spokes (G=gauge)… The 14G refers to the diameter of the wheel spokes (G=gauge)… 14G is larger/stronger/heaver than 15G. 36H refers to the number of holes in the rim. More holes=more spokes=stronger wheel=more weight.
Does spoke length have to be exact?
In essence, you will want to be pretty precise. 2mm too long might just be ok, 2mm short might be too short. Be sure to measure the ERD yourself (!) and as precise as you are able to.
What does G mean in spokes?
The 14G refers to the diameter of the wheel spokes (G=gauge)… 14G is larger/stronger/heaver than 15G. The 14G refers to the diameter of the wheel spokes (G=gauge)… 14G is larger/stronger/heaver than 15G. 36H refers to the number of holes in the rim.