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    Good job! New wheel

    I just built my first new wheel. I had taken apart and played with building older wheels, and have trued all of my own wheels for a long time, and even re-dished an old six speed wheel for fixie use. It was a lot of fun, and I will be doing the front shortly.

    Salsa Delgado Cross
    Paul WORD Disk
    DT Competition spokes and brass nipples
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    I'm going to assume this isn't for the X-Check given the use of the disc hub....care to divuldge the details of your secret build?

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    Quote Originally Posted by donkey
    I'm going to assume this isn't for the X-Check given the use of the disc hub....care to divuldge the details of your secret build?

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    good assumption, but it will get some use on the CC mostly cause I want to try it right now. I am going to be building a 29er slowly right now since we have some other things we have to do. I am thinking it might be the new Kona when it comes available, but I have not entirely decided yet. These wheels and profile cranks though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gpsser
    good assumption, but it will get some use on the CC mostly cause I want to try it right now. I am going to be building a 29er slowly right now since we have some other things we have to do. I am thinking it might be the new Kona when it comes available, but I have not entirely decided yet. These wheels and profile cranks though.
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