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Old 07-15-14, 03:25 PM
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CaptainMalick98
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I could afford to "eat" mistakes, and since I'd be starting out, I'd stick to alloy rims with less expensive hubs in case i completely mess something up. I don't have my own background to know what works or what doesn't, so I'd just feeding off of the experience of more experienced builders, reading guides, and I will most likely take a wheel building class.
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