wheel covers and Powertap

Discussion in 'Power Training' started by AndROOb, Feb 25, 2006.

  1. AndROOb

    AndROOb New Member

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    I could have posted this on the equiptment forum, but I am more interested to hear back from anyone using wheel covers and a Powertap hub wheel.
    I cant find anywhere in the UK that sells wheel covers, not to the extent that wheelbuilder.com do where they trim to specific wheel/hub variations.
    Any feedback on these covers much appreciated.
     
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  2. otb4evr

    otb4evr New Member

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    I used the trimmed covers from Wheelbuilder and I thought they worked just fine... I did use electrical tape extensively...

    This year, though, I have a Hed Deep built up with a PT... This setup should work fine. I am definitely not scorching the course... :D
     
  3. bigbevans

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    I got some from Wheelbuilder last Thursday and put them on my Open pro powertap wheel. I'll be testing them tomorrow in the NRHR. I'll let you know how I get on.
     
  4. bikefuego

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    I just ordered some myself for my DT Swiss. How long did it take to get them?
     
  5. bigbevans

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    I ordered them Monday afternoon and they arrived Thursday morning. I am in the UK.

    I used them today for the first time. They were fine, just don't make the rumble of a disc.
     
  6. AndROOb

    AndROOb New Member

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    That's a quick turn-around. I'm in the UK too, what was the total cost with postage?
     
  7. bigbevans

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    The total cost was £66.75.
     
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