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Old 03-16-09, 05:32 PM
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Originally Posted by Isabelle's Dad View Post
I just bought a Cannondale Carbon SL 1. The rims actually came with it. The previous owner bought the bike new in 2006 and then got sick. The bike has less than 200 miles on it. To be honest the last thing I am looking to do is invest in a new wheel set. But at 270lbs I also have no interest in being stranded or injured.

I have no idea what the bike shop was going to recommend because at the time I thought he was crazy and I was not interested.
Excellent bike, I bought my SL1 used as well. First thing my shop did when I asked their opinion was suggest re-tension and true both wheels. They found things a little "loose" for their tastes, and these were supposedly 200 mile wheels. I'm not a Clyde, but you might want to consider having a good wheel man take a look at them for peace of mind.
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