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    20mm thru axel wheel

    Does anybody know where I can buy one wheel with a 20mm thru axel, like a tstore or a new one from ebay?
    Thanks alot
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    Quote Originally Posted by saviorself
    Does anybody know where I can buy one wheel with a 20mm thru axel, like a tstore or a new one from ebay?
    Thanks alot
    Checkout atomlab.com go to the webstore
    The DHR rims are sick. so far they have been the best rims that i have used. havent even dented riding at northstar at tahoe and deer valley.
    The whoe northernlights racing team is on them and they dig them too
    Super strong

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    the only rims that are in my price range are the GI s the street and the dirt. Any good? What can I expect in terms of strength?
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    Quote Originally Posted by saviorself
    the only rims that are in my price range are the GI s the street and the dirt. Any good? What can I expect in terms of strength?
    The Gis are good rims, I have them on my 4x bike and they are working good. You gotta keep the spokes tight or make sure you get them serviced after a few hard rides. they hold up good to the sideway landings but just the a sun rim or a mavic if the spokes are loose the wheels will bend a bit. All around good wheel. should last quite a long time.
    Mike over at atomlab is good people too. the customer srvice is unbelivable
    If you have any other questions email mike directly at [email protected]
    Tell him that Robert Pierce referred you. he should help you with what you need

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    I was impressed by my sun double track, I am only running it in the front.. But dont think it would be any worse in the rear.. They are not too expensive either.. Is my next rear rim aswell...
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    Quote Originally Posted by rpdhracer
    The Gis are good rims, I have them on my 4x bike and they are working good. You gotta keep the spokes tight or make sure you get them serviced after a few hard rides. they hold up good to the sideway landings but just the a sun rim or a mavic if the spokes are loose the wheels will bend a bit. All around good wheel. should last quite a long time.
    Mike over at atomlab is good people too. the customer srvice is unbelivable
    If you have any other questions email mike directly at [email protected]
    Tell him that Robert Pierce referred you. he should help you with what you need
    Whats the difference between the street and dirt rims?
    thanks
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    Magura

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