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Old 04-30-21, 12:27 PM
Tony P.
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Welcome to the forum. An option you didn't mention is to buy another bike. Depending on where you are upstate, you may have an easy time finding something used for $100 that's suitable. That's probably not much more than a wheel and tire. Doing so will enable you to avoid having to deal with wheels and other issues. And, if it doesn't work out you can resell it and get your money back.
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