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Hey guys, i really need help with next thing. I got Zipp 404 rear wheel, but im not sure what year is it. I believe it is 2010, but i would need comfirmation. So if anyone can detect what year are they i would appriciate. Next question i got is..can the wheels fit 23mm tire? I think they are 25mm wide. Any opinion welcome.
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Thanks for replay! R u sure? This is not 27mm wide rim
You talking about the 23mm tire fitting? Of course it would...do you know of ANY rim made in the last decade that a 23mm tire won't fit on?

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You talking about the 23mm tire fitting? Of course it would...do you know of ANY rim made in the last decade that a 23mm tire won't fit on?

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Thanks! And what about 25mm. Im riding Scott plasma 5 but it looks like 25mm on other rear wheel doesn't fit good on frame.
 

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Thanks! And what about 25mm. Im riding Scott plasma 5 but it looks like 25mm on other rear wheel doesn't fit good on frame.
Fit in the frame has nothing to do with whether the tire will fit on the rim. A typical road rim will easily fit 19-32 mm wide tires, and wider probably as well. Whether that will fit in your frame/fork has virtually nothing to do with the width of the rim. Rim width slightly affects the width of the mounted tire, but it is not a big effect.
 
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