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Old 08-05-06, 01:12 PM   #1
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2 wheels

*****For some reason I couldnt post in the for sale section ****



I have a front and rear wheel for sale.

REAR:

XT hub on Mavic Ex 729 rim [New renamed D321 disk only] 6 hole disc. With specialized rim tape. 36 hole. Built with DT Swiss stainless steel spokes


FRONT:

Ringle hub on sun single track rim, disc only [20mm bolt thru]. 36 hole. Built with DT Swiss double butted black spokes

Both in good condition Front rim has a slight dink as shown in the pic but its really small. Rear runs completely true. Bearing on both wheels run sweet.

REAR1
REAR2
REAR3
FRONT1
FRONT2


Looking for 70 pounds for the rear and 60 for the front. ONO

Heres reviews or the rear rim:
http://www.mtbr.com/reviews/Rim/product_122817.shtml

Email: johndun20@lycos.co.uk


For some reason I couldnt post in the for sale section
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Old 08-05-06, 01:16 PM   #2
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Looking for 70 pounds for the rear and 60 for the front.
That is much too heavy for quality wheels. No one will want them.
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Old 08-05-06, 01:17 PM   #3
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You will probably find that people won't reply to this with any kind of answer that you're looking for. The reason you can't post in the FOR SALE section is because you're not a paying member. I believe it costs around $25 or so to do so.

Take 'em to eBay, you may do well.
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