Need help identifying these Zipp rims

WillTrucki

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Hello everyone, I am looking for some help in identifying these Zipp rims I bought as part of a sweet deal on a 2nd hand bike. The seller didn't have much information regarding them, having bough them second hand. I didn't ask too many questions because I was predominantly interested in the frame. Anyway, the seller mentioned they were 404s, built on Tune hubs. Other than that which is pictured (including a Vclc logo - a technology used by Zipp for 10% less vibration), i don't have much more info. Any help would be greatly appreciated!
 

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Sharky

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Oi, you can't tease us with just a tiny glimpse of the rear triangle. We've got to see the whole bike!
 
They may have been re-built on to the Tune hubs as Zipps of that era had iffy hubs: I seem to remember a few people on the old Bike Radar forum getting them re-built.
 
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