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    new wheels?

    i'm lookin to get a new set of wheels.
    who builds the best wheels in eugene.
    i want these to be solid for a long time.
    thanks lots,
    jl

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    wheels

    Quote Originally Posted by switchback sculpture
    i'm lookin to get a new set of wheels.
    who builds the best wheels in eugene.
    i want these to be solid for a long time.
    thanks lots,
    jl
    I'd try these guys.

    http://www.webcyclery.com/home.php

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    Contact "Mudflaps" ( http://forums.mtbr.com/member.php?u=266831) on these boards.

    Tim builds great wheels. Long-time (former) shop owner.

    BTW He is off-line for a couple of days.
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    I have had very very good luck with Mike Garcia at Odds and endos. He is not in Eugene, in fact he is in Tampa. See his website at www.oddsandendos.com He builds custom wheels and ships them to you at darn near wholesale!

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    I'll second that...

    [QUOTE]Tim builds great wheels. Long-time (former) shop owner.
    QUOTE]

    Too true. I've manhandled a set he laced for me and they are most excellent. There is nothing like a set of wheels hand laced/trued/delivered. The icing on the cake is he's a nice guy and local (or is it loco?).

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    [QUOTE=ImaKlyde]
    Tim builds great wheels. Long-time (former) shop owner.
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    Too true. I've manhandled a set he laced for me and they are most excellent. There is nothing like a set of wheels hand laced/trued/delivered. The icing on the cake is he's a nice guy and local (or is it loco?).

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    [QUOTE=ImaKlyde]
    Tim builds great wheels. Long-time (former) shop owner.
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    Too true. I've manhandled a set he laced for me and they are most excellent. There is nothing like a set of wheels hand laced/trued/delivered. The icing on the cake is he's a nice guy and local (or is it loco?).

    Kraig...
    Triple that vote for Tim aka Mudflaps.... I've had numerous wheels built by him over the past 15 years. Still running true to this date.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ImaKlyde
    Tim builds great wheels. Long-time (former) shop owner.
    Too true. I've manhandled a set he laced for me and they are most excellent. ...
    Mudflaps! Mudflaps!
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    I've got Mudflap wheels, too. Them weelz role 'n roooooooooool!

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