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Old 12-18-2002, 07:24 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Wheels?

I tacoed my back rim and i was woundering what kind of wheels you guys would recomend to replace them with i want as much strengeth for the cheapest prices
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If you like strength at a cheap price, I'd recommend the Sun Rhyno Lites. I've seen them go for as low as $20 a rim. If you want stronger, then you might want to look at Sun Mammoths.
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I got f&r sun singletracks on xt dischubs w/ 14 gauge spokes (built) at www.universalcycles.com for $190. Go to that website and scroll down till you see a link that says "fall wheel clearence" they have wheels galore for every type of terrain for super cheap and they will build them for free!
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I got f&r sun singletracks on xt dischubs w/ 14 gauge spokes (built) at www.universalcycles.com for $190. Go to that website and scroll down till you see a link that says "fall wheel clearence" they have wheels galore for every type of terrain for super cheap and they will build them for free!
Ack... I picked up mine for $145, built.
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Ack... I picked up mine for $145, built.
Where did you get them at that price?!?!
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