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  • Mavic Open Sport Road Rim 2014
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As a proud descendant of MA2, MA40 and MA3, Open Sport is the perfect blend of successful Mavic rim features. It is the perfect balance of durability, weight and price.

Features:

  • Weight: 490 grams (Ø 700)
  • 6106 aluminum alloy
  • Pinned
  • Traditional drilling
  • UB Control - The braking surfaces are precisely CNC machined.
  • Single eyelet
  • Low profile
  • Clincher
  • External wear indicator

Dimensions:

  • ETRTO compatible size: 622 x 15
  • Recommended tyre widths: 19 to 32 mm
  • Valve hole diameter: 6.5 mm
  • Recommended nipple length: 12 mm
  • Recommended rim tape: 622 x 18 x 0.6
  • Colour: Silver, Black
  • Size: 36h, 32h
  • Wheel Size: 700c
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ETRTO compatible size: 622 x 15
Recommended tyre widths: 19 to 32 mm
Valve hole diameter: 6.5 mm
Recommended nipple length: 12 mm
Recommended rim tape: 622 x 18 x 0.6
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Answer: 
700 millimetres(24.488189 inches) with tyre, meaning the rim is 622mm or 27.5590551 inches.
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Answer: 
Hi greg,

(If you click on the "Specs" tab under the picture you will find information about the product)

Q: "what diameter is it that rim?"
A: Ø 700mm = 70cm = 27,6"

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The E.R.D of this is 602mm.
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Answer: 
I would like some further clarification.

E.R.D. or Effective Rim Diameter, my understanding is that this is the rim diameter measured at the nipple seats in the spoke holes, plus the thickness of the two nipple heads which is different from what the previous question asked.

Mavic lists their 2006 version of the wheel as having a "Spoke support diameter" of 606mm so the ERD should be at least that unless the wheel has changed since 2006.

I've seen a number of values on the web and all of them have been higher than 602mm. I don't want to get the wrong spokes.Have the wheels changes since 2006?
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E.R.D. ?

Mavic lists their 2006 version of the wheel as having a "Spoke support diameter" of 606mm so the E.R.D. should be at least that unless the rim has changed since 2006. It is my understanding that the E.R.D., Effective Rim Diameter, is the rim diameter measured at the nipple seats in the spoke holes, plus the thickness of the two nipple heads which is different from the definition given in the previous post.

I've seen a number of values on the web and all of them have been higher than the 602mm value posted here. I don't want to get the wrong spokes. Have the rims changes since 2006?
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The initial query was inquiring as to the effective E.R.D. 'Minus the (x2) Spoke Nipple length'. Making the 602mm E.R.D. correct in this instance. So effectively from the 'nipple seats' in the rim.

The information you have requested is for the Actual Effective E.R.D. measurement. By adding the x2 Nipple Lengths from the previous post; the measurement you require of 608 / 609mm.

In effect; both queries are justifiable and are merely different approaches to spoke calculation.

Note that any manufacturers E.R.D. listed measurements can vary wheel to wheel by 1mm or 2mm in some cases but this is rarely an issue, as once the wheel has been tension-ed it is not noticeable.
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