BDop DIY Wheel Kit: Alloy Road II

(1 customer review)

$299.99

This kit builds wheels that can be used for training, racing, or everyday riding.

It uses KinLin XR-31T Tubeless-ready rims. They have a 19mm internal width for wider tires.

Build with Pillar X-TRA 1422 bladed spokes and Pillar 14mm Brass nipples with TaperGrip.

Choose between Shimano 10/11, Campagnolo 10/11/12, or Sram XD-R 11/12 speed freehubs.

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Description

This DIY Kit includes:
Front Hub: Novatec A291SB
Rear Hub: Novatec F482SB-11
Choose: Shimano 10/11 with ABG, Campagnolo 10/11/12, or Sram XD-R 11/12
Front Rim: KinLin XR-31T
Rear Rim: : KinLin XR-31T
Spokes: Pillar X-Tra 1422
Nipples: Pillar 14mm Brass with TaperGrip
Rim Strip: BDop High-Pressure Rim Strip
Tools: Internal Spoke Key and Aero Spoke Holder

Weights:
20/24H: 1470g
24/28H: 1505g

Spoke Patterns:
20/24H: Front: Radial   Rear: 2x2x
24/28H: Front: Radial   Rear: 2x2x

Bicycle wheel and wheel building resources:
1. Jobst Brandt: The Bicycle Wheel
2. OZ Cycles: How to Lace a Bicycle Wheel
3. Velotique: How to True a Wheel

Additional information

Spoke Count

20H / 24H, 24H / 28H

Freehub

Shimano 10/11, Campagnolo 10/11/12, Sram XD-R 11/12

1 review for BDop DIY Wheel Kit: Alloy Road II

  1. Josh

    10 years ago I ordered Novatec/Kinlin/Pillar parts from BDop and built an awesome sub-1600g wheelset for my singlespeed road bike, basically the same kit here except I used a Novatec A166SB-BO rear track hub and the predecessor Kinlin XR-300 rims. After a few years I switched to gears and got a F482SB-11 road hub to rebuild the rear wheel, making it very similar to the Alloy Road II kit. I ride that same wheelset 100+ km/week and it’s never needed truing despite the low spoke count (20/24), countless curb drops, tons of unseen potholes, a few gravel grinds, even a bit of singletrack, and my slowly but steadily increasing bodyweight (holding at 75 kg). Bearings still spin silky smooth too. Thank you for offering such excellent products at reasonable prices!

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