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Old 07-15-06, 05:07 AM   #1
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hey i just aquired an almost new 650c spin mountain bike rear wheel, i want to sell it but have no idea what the value of the wheel is...any info on the wheel and its worth would be greatly appreciated.
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Old 07-15-06, 10:36 AM   #2
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I didn't know anyone made a 650 c mtb wheel?? . . .
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Old 07-15-06, 11:21 AM   #3
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I didn't know anyone made a 650 c mtb wheel?? . . .
ditto... ive only seen 700c
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ditto... ive only seen 700c
Could a 650 c be similar in size to a 26in.? I mean, they call the mountain version of a 700 c the 29er . . .
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As far as I know 650c, 700c - french sizings for 26in and 29in.
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As far as I know 650c, 700c - french sizings for 26in and 29in.
Hmmm, but a road 27 in. is slightly larger that a road 700 c . . .
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