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    Rims for specialized P.3

    what would be rims for a P.3?
    i was lookin at the mavic deemax wheels
    or the 729 rims and build my own

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    not mavics

    dont get the the deemax unless you get the old ones with the yellow rims. try arrow rims they are lite and strong at the same time go with the dh rims if you doing more street dj stuff or go with the freeride rims if you are more into freeriding.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JustFuzzIt
    what would be rims for a P.3?
    i was lookin at the mavic deemax wheels
    or the 729 rims and build my own
    if you are hand building rims, rhyno lites would work, i had some mavid d321 rims and toasted them, they were 36 hole as well....depends on how you ride...i like double tracks too or single tracks would work if you hand build them right.

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    Alex DX32 are known to be pretty beefy. They hold up to many urban and trials riders.

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    loco

    get loco wheels,they're kindof like single track rims but they have a sticker that says ''loco''
    its performance brand,and the hubs are really good, you can buy em at almost any performance bike shop

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    Oh Magura Freeride wheels at Greenfishsports.com. Sick wheelset. They use DTSwiss FR hubs and Mavic F219 hoops. They are on sale for $330. You can't get the hubset at that price. I just got my pair today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FreeRiderFraser
    get loco wheels,they're kindof like single track rims but they have a sticker that says ''loco''
    its performance brand,and the hubs are really good, you can buy em at almost any performance bike shop
    I agree with the locos, or azonic outlaws (same thing, different name)

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    Have Rhyno-Lites. Like them. Use them. Doubt i'll ever bend them.

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    I had a set of Alex Supra D wheels made for my P1. They are pretty good. They have outlasted 2 sets of Rhino Lites. The only other wheel that Ive used and would consider using again would be a Mavic D321 if they are still made.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Will
    ...would consider using again would be a Mavic D321 if they are still made.
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