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  1. Yoeleo Carbon MTB Wheels For $965. This is a short info on the test I've made in 2018: the model - 29er XC932 PRO Hookless/Tubeless Ready (LINK), front wheel weight - 686 g (15x100 mm axle), rear wheel weight - 750 g (12x148 mm Boost), wheelset weight - 1436 g (manufacturer's info for QR version - 1342 g), rider weight limit - 105 kg / 231 lbs, hubs - DT Swiss 240, spokes - Sapim CX, rim width - modern 32 mm! These wheels give you a stiff and solid platform, that weighs 1436 g for $965. As an example, my truly beloved DT Swiss XRC 1200 Spline wheelset will weigh 1480 g in Boost standard and 30 mm wide rims for $2783. Let's not forget, that the XRC 1200 wheels are built around 180 hubs, which have ceramic bearings. Nontheless the price of the Yoeleo product is pretty good. I raced on these wheels a hilly MTB marathon and had made some aggressive downhill attacks, where no lack of stiffness was felt. Overall I was very happy with the Yoeleo product and had also no problems converting to tubeless with an electrical tape and Stan's No Tubes Sealant. I can recommend this product