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    Downhill Spokesmodel
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    Anyone need older hubs/wheels?

    Cleaning out my shed, I need to get rid of some old wheels I have lying around.
    Here are the specifics: All hubs are non disk, QR type (no skewers).
    Matched set of White Industries 32 hole hubs with Sun Rims (unmatched-Rhyno Lite rear, Big Fat Mammoth front).
    SOLD - 36 hole XTR rear with Mavic X138 (cracking at rim weld) - SOLD
    32 hole CODA front with Sun CR17A
    36 hole Shimano ACERA X rear with Mavic 238.
    36 hole Shimano Parallax front with Araya VP-20
    If you are interested in any or all let me know.
    Last edited by ShortBusJames; 04-29-2009 at 08:58 PM.
    Now I DRIVE the short bus!!


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    im4Gsus
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    i could use a front wheel in any shape.

    i bought a klunker to ride to the gym and the front wheel is slightly bent. a friend tried to true it, but it's not out-of-true, it's bent!
    "If God is your co-pilot you're in the wrong seat!" S Barrington

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    Everyone Bleeds!
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    Cool-blue Rhythm Ms K

    Sorry about that. I did the best I could do, but that thing has been put through some pretty rough stuff I think. I told Juan that it could probably be repaired more, but it's probably not worth the trouble. BTW... Vivace went clipless and won't let me send the pics
    Everyday of my life, I'm forced to add another name to the list of people that piss me off!

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