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Zipp303 S Carbon Disc Brake Wheel - Tubeless
Item # ZIPZ04L
What do you think about this product?
April 10, 2021
- I've used it several times
- True to size
- 5` 5"
- 220 lbs
I was a little scared at first about the hook-less rim but they are amazing.... you can feel the difference from the moment you mount them. and even up top! After so much research, these are going to be the wheels of the future. they also look amazing! I went with 26's and they roll amazing! Zipp will never disappoint you!
February 8, 2021
Best bang for the $$!
- I've used it several times
Are you in the market for a nice all-around carbon wheelset that doesn't cost an arm and a leg? Well, here it is. These are the perfect wheels for your road or gravel bike. You could spend another $1000 dollars of your hard-earned money to save 100g but I think you'd be better off putting that money elsewhere. These are hookless rims so not all tire brands will be compatible. Check with ZIPP before mounting your fav tire brand: https://support.sram.com/hc/en-us/articles/360050355593-What-tubeless-tires-are-compatible-with-Zipp-s-hookless-rims- But that means you can run lower pressures for a nice supple ride. Check out this helpful pressure guide from SRAM: https://axs.sram.com/guides/tire/pressure If you have any specific questions about this wheelset let me know!
March 21, 2021
This might be a dumb question but the website does not specify, when you purchase this is this a pair or individual rims?
May 2, 2021
Very nice! Goes very well with that frameset.
May 19, 2021
What tires are you running?
May 30, 2021
Having a tough time seating my tire. Which tire did you mount on these rims?
January 9, 2021
Nice wheels at nice price
UPDATE: I bumped this back to 5 stars. I still think these are great and I still recommend them. Just something to be aware of: The freehub is held on by a friction seal, so you can pull off the cassette and freehub together by lifting up. This is a feature, and not a defect. You will appreciate it when you decide to overhaul or replace the bearings. Just be aware that you cannot simply push the cassette back on, as it will not seat properly. If it ever pops out, remove the cassette from the freehub body. Make sure you locate all 3 pawls, which sit in the lower end of the freehub body and are held in by grease during assembly. They will stick out radially, very slightly past the OD of the freehub body. A rubber seal goes above these pawls, between the freehub body and the hub. To pop the freehub body back on, you maneuver the rubber seal up over the pawls so it is slightly above them. Slide the freehub body onto the hub, urging the pawls into the hub so they engage the ratchet. Then use your fingers to make sure the rubber seal nestles into the ID of the hub, above the pawls. Pop the round endcap in on top. Install the cassette as usual. And then just be careful not to whack the cassette when you mount the wheel onto the bike.
November 10, 2020
Hello! The overview states "Tubeless and tubeless compatible tire only"- can you confirm this will work with tubes/clinchers? I see you have clincher stated in the specs but just want to double check. Thank you!
June 17, 2021
Hi Scott, Excellent question. You will be able to run tubes if you want, however the tire will need to be a tubeless compatible tire as the rim of a hookless design.