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Sup
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SWijland
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Wow, stealthy! Nice back drop too.

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Monkeyboy3333
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Looks good man,what do those wheels weigh in at? You mind me asking where u got the rims?

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Born to be wild! Nice looking machine you have there! :thumbup:

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prendrefeu
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Sweet lawd that frame looks good. :twisted:
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Sup
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loco2546
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:thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup: n :thumbup: nice BIKE !

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If they don't have offset spoke hole drilling, that would mean they are suitable to use with triplet lacing, e.g. Bikehubstore SL218 rear hub in 16:8 drilling? Could be a nice lowbudget aero set with 20/24 spokes.

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SWijland
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To be honoust I don't think the weight of the wheels is that bad. Definitely given the rim height.

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