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    in the market for wheels

    hey guys,
    im looking for a light rear wheel for dj. price is not really an issue, but maybe under $300. it doesnt have to be outlaw strong, but hefty enough for djs.

    suggestions?

    maybe list one that would be cost effective and one that is light and somewhat strong (doesn't have to be inexpensive)
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    bump?
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    I thought I saw Outlaws on Price Point the other day for less than that for a set?

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    you did, but outlaws are too heavy : )

    thanks gw
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    I'm running a Mavic 729 Disc wheel with a Novatec 10mm thru-axle bolt hub, singlespeed. It's a bomber wheel and has lasted me longer than I expected.
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    Devinci Ollie, some goodies to lighten 'er up

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    outlaws aren't heavy

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