Join Date: Feb 2007
Location: Tariffville, CT
Bikes: Tsunami Bikes
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+1 on same hubs - that will prevent you from having to adj the rear der whenever you swap wheels.
Also matching rim widths would be nice - some rims are narrower or wider than others. Different width wheels would force you to adjust the brakes slightly to get the same feel.
Finally, make sure the rims are centered the same on both sets of wheels, so you don't have to recenter the brakes.
hope this helps,
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