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Drift vs Drift Pro
All of our fat bike rims are tubeless compatible, so you can forget about
the need for heavy tubes, but what are the key differences between pro and non-pro rims? Before
discussing further, here is a quick comparison of our fat rims.
FS680: Lighter but Stronger
The FS680 has a nice 80mm internal and 85mm external widths,
made for tires from 4.3” to 5.0”. It is a great all-around wheel for anything
from deep snow and sand, to even a bit of single track. Fatter tires offer more
float on softer terrain and a bit more support for larger riders.
Our Drift Pro series features incredibly thin single-wall
structure and lighter prepregs (a blend of Toray T700 and T800). The low profile
of the FS680 allows the rim to flex vertically on impact, while the special foam
core filled in the cavity on both sides of the rim adds damping characteristics
and a bit rigidity. This 85mm rim weighs only 500g. What this means to you is a
huge weight savings and a cushier, more reliable riding experience.
As for the appearance, we only offer the FS680 in matte
finish and UD pattern, but special orders are available.
FAT680: Double-Walled FS680
FAT680 has an outer diameter of 85mm, an inner
80mm and a depth of 20mm - quite similar to the Pro FS680. FAT680 is
all-condition use. With hookless bead type and bead lock bump, the rim
your tire securely and easily at low pressure.
Weighing in at 580 grams, FAT680 is a
to shed some weight off your fat bike while maintaining the ultra float
is available in Heavy Duty style (700g), and can be special ordered at
firstname.lastname@example.org or mentioned in the checkout
RSNOW03: Narrower and Livelier
RSNOW03 is 65mm external wide (60mm internal) and
the narrowest among these four Light Bicycle fat rim models. While it
offer much the flotation feel as the 85mm, it can still handle up to
The narrowed width allows the RSNOW03 to roll in a
maneuverable manner and tackle more complicated terrain and solid
Compared to our 650B MTB Plus rims (RM650BC14 / AM740), the RSNOW03,
wider, has a clear advantage in tire-road contact.
RSNOW05: The Only 650B Fat Rim
Larger-sized wheels are faster and smoother rolling.
has an external width of 75mm and an internal width of 70mm, which is
for fat tires from 3.8” up to 5.0”.
This 75mm 650B fat rim comes in at only 580g,
flyweight or heavy duty style. Feel free to contact us about your riding
to find out what’s the best fit for you.
Are your questions about fat rims answered? If not,
to leave a comment or contact us (email@example.com).
Love your innovativeness. I build a lot of fat bike wheels for customers. House favorite is the HED big aluminum deal (BAD). A lot of customers would buy carbon rims, but the HED BD carbon rim is not stout enough for the rocky/sandy terrain we have in southern Arizona or Moab. Do you think that your Pro FS680 would hold up as well as a HED BAD to the ocasional rock hit? ...or am I heading down the apples vs oranges rabbit hole?
Currently, we do not have any failure on FS680 rims. What kind of riding style will you ride? What is your weight? And how much tire width and tire pressure will you ride? Then i can check whehter FS680 fat bike rims are durable enough for you or not.
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When will you make an 85 mm wide 27.5 (650b) fat bike rim?
Currently, we only have 75mm wide 27.5(650b) fat bike wheelset. Does it work for you?
Wondering about your fat bike rim fat680. Could you tell me specs and pricing for that rim?
The full rim specs as below, also attaching with the rim profile for you in case you need it. The price for each rim is USD196.
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