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  • Kris Holm 26" rim

    Cannot find any 26" freeride rim. Can you suggest me a european site where to buy it?

  • #2
    Seems no more available at all shops I checked
    Why not a Nimbus Dominator, it's 42mm wide / 36H
    I found a Koxx yellow if you want
    http://monocycle.info
    http://www.leblogdumonocycle.fr/
    CITY XTP 26", MUNI KH26" & KH29", ROAD Oracle 32" and KH36"
    my goal : a 3 geared 29" to have only one uni for all kind of rides :-)

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    • #3
      I have similar problem but with 26" 48 hole rim. I know that 48 hole setups are outdated, but I need one and I cannot find one anywhere...
      If you use disc brake I'd suggest Spank Stiffy EVO 40. (but I don't know if 36 hole version is made)

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      • #4
        Originally posted by bouin-bouin View Post
        Seems no more available at all shops I checked
        Why not a Nimbus Dominator, it's 42mm wide / 36H
        I found a Koxx yellow if you want
        Cannot find a drilled dominator in Europe. Can you tell me where to look?

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        • #5
          UDC AU still has at least one left. Might be expensive by the time you factor in shipping though.

          http://www.municycle.com.au/catalogu...KH26_item.html
          Unicycling is the fountain of youth.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by bouin-bouin View Post
            Seems no more available at all shops I checked
            Why not a Nimbus Dominator, it's 42mm wide / 36H
            I found a Koxx yellow if you want
            I have a Koxx Try-All rim on my MUni, and it's a great rim. Not a bad option.

            Originally posted by Tony Black View Post
            I have similar problem but with 26" 48 hole rim. I know that 48 hole setups are outdated, but I need one and I cannot find one anywhere...
            If you use disc brake I'd suggest Spank Stiffy EVO 40. (but I don't know if 36 hole version is made)
            If you have a 48 hole hub why not just build it with a 32 hole rim? There are loads of options in 32 hole.
            "A properly ridden unicycle is like an object in orbit: constantly falling but never landing." -Diogenes

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            • #7
              If you have a 48 hole hub why not just build it with a 32 hole rim? There are loads of options in 32 hole.
              I laced it with 36 hole rim but I'd like to have standard spokes, not 6 different lenghts

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              • #8
                Mad4One has rims as well:

                http://unaruota.com/ZC/index.php?mai...ex&cPath=14_24

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by bouin-bouin View Post
                  Seems no more available at all shops I checked
                  Why not a Nimbus Dominator, it's 42mm wide / 36H
                  I found a Koxx yellow if you want
                  Received today the yellow Koxx! Now I should find its ERD (or understand how to measure it) and order correct spokes.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Vogelfrei80 View Post
                    Received today the yellow Koxx! Now I should find its ERD (or understand how to measure it) and order correct spokes.
                    Great !
                    Many links and video on google at "measure ERD rim"
                    http://monocycle.info
                    http://www.leblogdumonocycle.fr/
                    CITY XTP 26", MUNI KH26" & KH29", ROAD Oracle 32" and KH36"
                    my goal : a 3 geared 29" to have only one uni for all kind of rides :-)

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                    • #11
                      There was a recent thread about wheelbuilding where we covered a couple of ways to measure ERD. Jener8or posted a photo of the two spokes method that with a bit of care is easy, and accurate. If you don't have a caliper (like in the photo) you can use a rubber band to pull the spokes together, then use a ruler to measure from the inside of one bend to the inside of the other.

                      If I was building a single wheel that's the way I would do it.
                      "A properly ridden unicycle is like an object in orbit: constantly falling but never landing." -Diogenes

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