The NASA rim is designed to be stiff both laterally and radially. Based on an I-beam design with extra thick tapered sidewalls, tapered spoke seats, cross over lacing and a curved inner strut.
The NASA rim is constructed from space age 6066-T6 aluminium which is much stronger than the cheaper 6061 alloy traditionally used in most rims (+34% tensile strength vs 6061-T6). Intergalactic...
- I-beam design welded rim
- Extra thick tapered sidewalls
- Extra thick tapered spoke seats
- Aligned cross over lacing
- Curved inner strut
- Can be used with brakes
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