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    Good Wheelsets for cheap

    Just bought my friends intense M1 and need a good wheelset. good but cheap cause i dont have alot of money. what are some good wheelsets that are cheap?
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    Azonic Outlaws, Transition Revolutiuons, Mavic Deetracks

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    i was wondering if i could just buy two single track wheels for cheap for now and get some better wheels later.
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    why waste your money on the now.. just save and get a quality wheelset you wont NEED to replace. i vote deetracks or outlaws.
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    a set of outlaws wont be too much, just get that

    or save up and build up some mavic 729s (my fav rim) onto a pair of hadley hubs with dt swiss spokes... i think thats tough to beat haha
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    yeh you guys are probably right. anybody want to buy some bike parts?jk
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    Def. Outlaws!!!
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    screw fancy hubs. Outlaws/Revolutions.

    If you got loot, Hadley eith something, but the benefit is in the freehub, really nowhere else on chi-cho hubs. (F lighter, stronger, etc... BAH, BS, Balogna, Humbug)

    And if you like shiny stuff and pretty things you can get some I9's.

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    I'd get some Transitions or maybe build some 729 with hope pro hubs, for best prices get Alex Rims

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    transitions.
    I just picked up a set used, lookin great so far.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chooofoojoo
    why waste your money on the now.. just save and get a quality wheelset you wont NEED to replace. i vote deetracks or outlaws.
    Outlaws may not need replacement if you get 07.

    Don't know about the DeeTrax though.
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    cool. i think i'm gonna get a pair of oulaws. but now what tires should i look at>?
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    Quote Originally Posted by alinghi12
    cool. i think i'm gonna get a pair of oulaws. but now what tires should i look at>?
    What kind of conditions do you ride?
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    nothin real tecnical. alot of loose rock. pretty hard pack though. i am going to be going to North Star alot this year but i dont know what its like up there.
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    did you buy max's old m1? large red?

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    Quote Originally Posted by alinghi12
    nothin real tecnical. alot of loose rock. pretty hard pack though. i am going to be going to North Star alot this year but i dont know what its like up there.
    Azonic Outlaws...you can ride them for 2 or 3 years too
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    Quote Originally Posted by SHIVER ME TIMBERS
    Azonic Outlaws...you can ride them for 2 or 3 years too
    nice.
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    I've got Deetracks. I don't really care much about hubs so they work fine for me. I think the rims are based on 325's and they are pretty bombproof. I've been trashing them for 5 months with no problems. The only dent I've gotten is from burbing the air out when I landed on a really sharp edged rock

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