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Old July 10th 03, 08:36 AM
paco
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Default Wheel Building Question


I've now built my wheel, but I'm afraid to try and true it on my own.
So I'm going to take it to a bike shop tomorrow so they can finish it
for me. I got all the spokes on there correctly (I think), with only a
few minor problems, so I'm feeling pretty good. The only problem is
that the spokes seem to be a little too long. Could be my lack of
experience. Anyways, I'll let the professionals take care of it
tomorrow.
Pictures to be coming soon...


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