The spox can't be converted to disc, but we do offer a no fault trade in deal that can give you discount on a new set. Please conact us for fulli info at email@example.com
would be possible but dispropotionate to disassamble wheels, made total new left flanges and final it's only for show. you cant trust the glue from flange to body.
some guys in germany update the Rev X with Disc's ;)
Interesting! Seem like the house is divided about it, though I think when there is a will there is a way.
When Spinergy first hit the market decades ago, they make a splash with the X-shaped, four-blade design that sliced through the air. They followed that with their SPOX line, which used a traditional lacing style but substituted composite fibers for steel in the spokes. That made their wheels crazy light, but (in my experience @ remodeling companies, anyway) the rear hubs weren’t very durable. But the company’s persisted, doing more in the wheelchair market than bikes for a long time. Now, they’re back with an all-new collection of wheels for bikes.
Disk Spox is easy to install, just refer to youtube videos if there are further questions.