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Originally Posted by Jonpwn View Post
I will call my lbs tomorrow to see if they sell spokes at a reasonable price, otherwise i will buy a set of 10 or 20 identical spokes on ebay.
Just go to the LBS. Any place that calls itself a bike shop should have spokes in stock. You don't need a DT Swiss or whatever was in there before, just the same length and gauge. Bring the old spoke in. Should be about $1 for a replacement.

Since you broke the spoke, it didn't break on its own, I change my previous opinion and agree with the others - don't ride the wheel until it's fixed.
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