For cheap. You'll get them for a little more than I paid since I had to do some repair.
The good: The back rim is perfect. Needs nothing. Bolt that bitch up an go.
The bad: The front rim works with some modfication. It came without a front brake assembly and I kind of janked something together from some stuff Zack gave me. The rim is good, straight, I had a crack and dent professionally TIG welded and I honed and painted it. It really does need the right spacers and the right brake assembly. I think you could probably shim the axle hole with the one that I'll send to you, but obviously it's gonna work better with the real deal.
The bearings are great on both, axles are straight, and the front one has about 90% of the spacers, and nuts you need. It has both lugs. Not speedo. Sold it to a friend.
So, yeah. I rode the front one almost 700 miles, I'd say. Rode the shit out of it at Flock Yeah and it was great. The rear is spare I got with a new set that I took the front rim to replace this old front rim. I would feel great bolting it right up no questions asked. You get all the axles, spacers and brake assemblies even the jacked up one off a 11mm axle. Remember, these are 10mm axles.
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