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    Three sheets to the wind
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    HED 45 rims

    Anyone have or heard of any experience with HED 45 rims? Thanx!

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    Oldschool tough.

    They make a lot of rims look small. They have a HUGE V-section, and are impressively strong. They are from a while back, but IMO one of the best DH rims you can run....if they're new and not all beat up of course.
    "It's only when you stand over it, you know, when you physically stand over the bike, that then you say 'hey, I don't have much stand over height', you know"-T. Ellsworth

    You're turning black metallic.

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    i don't know, but anything called HED can't be all bad.....

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    Great rims, wide, but not too heavy (755g). Old school, but rim technology hasn't changed too much...

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    great rims for any 2.7 or up setups.

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    are they even still around?? The thing to do is get some of those rims, put em on hope Big'un hubs, get your self a risse fork and put the whole mess on a Karpi Apocolipse (sp?). Oh yeah i left out the part where you put a MRP Mammouth guide and run a 48t ring on a set of XTR Dh cranks. Total sickness.
    Blaaah blaaah blaaah

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