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Old 06-06-11, 05:33 PM   #1
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Wheel question ALEX AClass Speed 1.0

Hi All,
I like to ask about a wheel.
I am not sure about the wheel quality that come wit the bike I like to buy.
If this enough strong not get "8" from regular use as an other bike?
If it has known disadvantages? Has any advantage? ; (I hope it is not a mistake to set the link here)

It has 28 spokes and not eqal distance.
Thanks for all opinion.

P.S:: Just read on the botton that the paired spoke wheel are not available in America. Was good to know; why? losi

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Old 06-06-11, 05:53 PM   #2
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Can't speak to these particular wheels but I have Alex wheelsets on two bikes (my road bike has Alex 320 Comp and my wife's road bike has Alex 220 - both sets have 20 frt / 24 rear spokes). They are inexpensive wheels but have help up great and stayed very true (and I'm around 230 lbs. right now).
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