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Old 08-11-08, 06:11 PM   #1
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Wheels with tires at bike island?

Anyone have any problems with this type of mountian bike wheels, if mine do break down i may try this model.
Seems very resonable

Sun Formula WTB: Sun Rhyno Lite Formula Disc with WTB Tires

Description: These great mountain bike wheels use Sun Rhyno Lite double walled clincher rims and Formula alloy hubs with sealed system ball bearings. Your disc or rim brakes will work great on these wheels . The wheels come with 26 x 2.1 WTB Velociraptor tires and tubes already mounted! This wheel set will be perfect for everyday off road / XC use, aggressive training, commuting, or even a spare set for race day. Larger riders will find these wheels super forgiving and weight tollerant.

Price: $ 139.00

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Old 08-11-08, 07:03 PM   #2
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Yeah, they seem to be decent wheels.

Here's the Formula Hub site

Sun Rhynolite Roms are pretty good as well. I'd suggest retensioning, though while they are being trued for the mounting. They are machine built, after all.
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