Mavic Ksyrium SL SSC spokes

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  1. LewisBricktop

    LewisBricktop New Member

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    Does anyone have any of these lying around? I really need a rear, non-drive spoke, and of course they haven't been made for a few years and no one seems to have any left over.
    If ANYONE has one and might be willing to part with one for a price I'd be one happy lycra-clad boy.
     
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  2. alfeng

    alfeng Well-Known Member

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    How is the spoke different from the current, updated versions of the SSC SL wheels?

    I recommend that you EITHER contact MAVIC (directly) OR find a different LBS.
     
  3. ambal

    ambal Active Member

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    You can use different spokes, you seiously wont notice it while riding. Those wheels were junk anyway, i've had 2 sets and issues with both.
     
  4. litespeedguy

    litespeedguy New Member

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    I was hunting for a Ksyrium SSC SL spoke last year but couldn't remember the year I bought the wheels ; if you know the year then either Mavic or a bike shop that sold these wheels can tell you the Mavic part number for the spoke ; I ended up measuring my broken spoke and found a bike shop here in Connecticut that still had some of them - as you know the older ones are out of production - as it turned out I think mine was 2006 with a part number of 32418201 ( Ksyrium SSC SL, silver, milled rim, rear, drive side, radial spoke)

    I've attached info that I found online from the "Rogue Mechanic" and the bike shop here in Ct is :

    Target Training
    772 Post Road East
    Westport, CT
    phone = 203-227-6177

    If you find a bike shop out of your area that has these and you don't know the year , then it's very important to measure the spoke very accurately in millimeters so that the shop has the correct spoke .

    Good Luck !!!!
     
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