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Old 03-18-05, 01:45 PM   #1
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Nashbar T55 Fluid Trainer

Anyone have any experience with this trainer, only $99.

"The progressive resistance internal flywheel of the T-55 makes this indoor trainer ride just like the road! As your wheel speed increases so does the resistance and with this kind of quiet operation itís like youíre on your favorite backcountry ride. Designed to work with 650c and larger tires the new shapelier look of the T-55 and included quick release skewer make this affordable, functional and sturdy. Non-skid plastic feet help stabilize the trainer and reduce vibration. For best results use a smooth durable tire like: NS-RDT, NS-RDTK (road) or NS-SBT (mountain). "

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Old 03-27-05, 06:28 PM   #2
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Not yet, but that's the same model I am considering. I would love to hear if anyone has any experience with it as well. BTW. When you use a trainer (this would be my first), do you wind up needing to replace rear wheels and tires more often?
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