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Old 02-14-05, 08:01 PM   #1
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I have had the same spokes on my wheels for a little more than a year, but what I want to know is, do spokes eventualy start to weaken by the end that threads through the hub? Because in the last couple of days if I land even a little wrong on a 180-fakie or a barspin one of my spokes break in that spot. Should I just order some new spokes and thread up the wheels or did a lot of them just happen to break the same way in a short period of time?

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