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You can build and true a rear wheel easily using just the chainstays; if you have a friend with a stand, use that, but if not, centering up in the chainstays works just fine.
Good luck man, make sure to read up before you get started. It's going to be really hard to build for $80. Even with a $50 hub and a $25 hoop, you'll still need spokes/nipples at apprx. $30, rim tape at $5, and any necessary tools.
Last edited by Yo!; 11-02-09 at 02:09 PM.