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Old 09-26-16, 03:14 PM
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Originally Posted by tolesy View Post
Anyone have experience with HIE Wheels? They are made in USA, sell directly to the public, have a 1-year warranty, and appear to be a no-hype, all business type company. The price is right but there isn't a ton of information floating around out there about them. I'm looking at the clinchers in 38 or 50 mm depth.

I am also considering Zipp 404s and waiting on the new Dura Ace 9100 c40's. Figured I could save ~$800 on the HIEs though.

Thanks for any thoughts on the matter!
By the way, if you are into US made (or at least assembled) wheels at better prices than Zipp but with more of a reputation than HIE, you might look at Mercury wheels.

Competitive Cyclist AKA carries them and they are on sale right now.

I believe Mercury and are based out of Salt Lake City too.
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