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Shimano Dura-Ace WH-9000-C24-TL Carbon Road Wheelset - Tubeless

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    Shed weight without compromise.

    Logic prevailing, you'd assume that a lightweight wheelset would sacrifice its durability and ruggedness for weight savings. Well, the Shimano Dura-Ace WH-9000-C24-TL Carbon Tubeless Road Wheelset is here to throw that notion by the wayside. Shimano's proprietary Carbon Lamination technology reduces the rim's aluminum to only 0.6-millimeters thick without sacrificing strength or stability, courtesy of its fused carbon layers for added lateral stiffness and strength.

    Although deep-dish rims are all the rage these days, this wheelset sticks to a lower profile 24-millimeter depth for fast spin-up, as well as nimble handling in tricky crosswinds. Its 20.8mm width adds a bit larger contact patch for greater traction, also allowing you to run a lower pressure for increased shock absorption, especially considering its tubeless-ready design.

    Additional performance-enhancing features include an offset design that takes into consideration the stress exerted by drive and non-drive sides, further reinforced by sturdy T-nut construction at the junction of the spoke and rim. The lightweight titanium freehub is housed within a wide flange hub for maximum efficiency and power transfer. Moreover, its cup-and-cone bearings resist undue stress from straightaways and hard corners. Please note that this wheelset works with tubes and tubeless setups, as well as 11-speed and 10-speed cassettes (with additional spacer).

    • Proprietary Carbon Lamination technology (aluminum-carbon hybrid)
    • Tubeless-ready design
    • Titanium freehub, wide flange hub
    • Cup-and-cone bearings
    • Compatible with 11-speed, 10-speed (with additional spacer) cassettes
    • Item #SHI004I

    Tech Specs

    Rim Material
    aluminum, carbon fiber
    Tire Type
    Rim Depth
    24 mm
    Rim Width
    external 20.8 mm
    Brake Compatibility
    front 133mm QR, rear 163-168mm QR
    double butted
    Spoke Count
    16 / 20
    Wheel Bag Included
    Claimed Weight
    [complete set] 1445 g
    Recommended Use
    Manufacturer Warranty
    3 years

    Tech Specs

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    Just OK, Better Choices Out There

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    The hubs are excellent. The rim, even though tubeless, is outdated with a width of just 20.8mm when the standard today is 23mm. The spoke count is too low for heavier riders. The weight, at 1600g, is a bit high.

    One can get custom wheels that are lighter, more reliable, more durable and more modern for about the same price: HED 23mm rims, DT 240 hubs 20h/24h, CX-Rays laced radial front and 2X rear, under 1500g. A better way to spend about $800 (on sale).

    Well BUT- I've had these rims for 6 or so years (with 7850) , perhaps 18,000 miles and they absolutely BLOW me away with how they stay in true. Plus the 2 mm width issue only gets you 40 or so seconds (from wind drag) over 20 miles, so you be the judge. They're solid.

    @ Donald A. These low spoke wheels are not as strong as 20/24 or 24/28 spoke wheels - less lateral stiffness and more likely to go out of true, generally speaking. Talking wind drag for a 20.8mm rim vs. a 23mm rim is of no consequence; rim DEPTH is where it's at. I bring up width because 23mm rims provide better handling due to tire shape and more comfort due to allowing lower tire pressure.

    Shimano went with "sexy marketing" by using low spoke counts and carbon laminate. The carbon in particular is a marketing gimmick, IMO.

    Fantastic Wheelset

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Not much more needs to be said. You'll be extremely happy with these wheels. Feel free to reach out with questions.

    Are you referring to the tubular full carbon or the non-tubeless? I chose the tubeless vs. non-tubeless, b/c I'd never ridden tubeless tire so I wanted to check it out and thought it would be nice to have the option. If you're referring to the full carbon c24 tubular (you mentioned "full carbon", so I wasn't sure if you were actually referring to these), that's an entirely different animal (i.e. race only). I wanted a fantastic light weight wheel for training that's bullet proof and still fun to ride (calling this a training wheel, is really selling it short). If that's what you're looking for, I promise you won't be disappointed.

    Unanswered Question

    Can anyone compare this wheelset with Mavic Kysrium SLs? I'm riding Kysrium SLs now & looking for an upgrade. Thoughts??

    Unanswered Question

    How do I figure out if these will fit on a 2006 Cannondale Six13?

    Can I use a Conti GP4 and tube with this wheelset or do I need a special tire?

    Hello, I'm wondering if anyone could chime in on some good tubeless tires for these wheels. Thanks!

    I'm hoping to upgrade my RS30 wheelset with these. The RS30's are 10 speed, will the hub on these 11 speed wheels fit the frame or is the hub wider? Thanks!

    Can tire sealant be used with these TL wheels?

    Best Answer

    I have been using the Shimano C24-TL Dura-Ace for two years now and when I bought them first called Shimano to find out how to find sealant that did not contain ammonia and they would not help me. I found Stan's NOTUBES tire sealant in two ounce tubes and Stan's 44mm universal valve with removable valve core a perfect match to setup the wheel for ammonia-free sealant. A tire without sealant will only stay filled for about one hour within the 80-100psi limit area. Sealant is a MUST have but only around one to two ounce is required for each wheel. Cleaning the old sealant out is time consuming but I have put over 15,000 miles on the wheelset and really enjoy the way they roll on the road.

    Old question but maybe still relevant reply:

    I've used Shimano tubeless rims since 2011 -- the earlier model (forget the number) and, for the past 3 years, the 9000 TL's.

    I've never put sealant in them. My LBS did once, without my knowledge, and cleaning the rim was NOT fun.

    I run Schwalbe ONE tubeless (23mm) and find that they lose about 10 lbs of inflation OVER NIGHT (not in an hour). Had similar experience with Hutchinson Fusion tubeless but I think the Schwalbe run smoother. I inflate to 90-100 PSI (I weigh 150).

    These are excellent rims. I see they're priced at $750 now -- an absolute screaming deal.

    Contrary to some other answers here, I have run about 6000 miles of tubeless on these rims, and feel no need to use sealant. You'll be fine for a three hour ride, then will need to fill again next day before riding. Hutch Fus 3 Tubeless. Although these partic tubeless supposedly have higher coeff friction than many tubed tires.