I’ve taken my Ti bike on several shakedown runs since I put some new parts on it along with these Easton wheels.  Last night I took them on a ride in Chino Hills where I usually ride some steep gradients.  First of all these wheels roll well and they're extremely light for clinchers but on the steepest grades I found flexing to be an issue with these wheels.  Compound that with using fat 700x26 tires means I’m rubbing the rear tire against the chain stay on every major accent.  I was hoping I could use these fat tires to make an extra comfortable ride but now I just hope putting normal width tires on will solve the rubbing issue.
 
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There’s about 2mm of clearance between tire and chainstay on either side.  Is that too little for any wheel?
 
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Its about the same at the front too. HELLAFLUSH!
 
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