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SpiderMonkey Posted - 09/24/2017 : 20:02:30
I know Warren and others have had decent luck with the old Chinese forks, and I'm wondering if anyone's tried wheels from Aliexpress or equivalent. I'm looking to lower a dual 559 stick bike that I got dirt cheap so shorter riders can use it, and for some reason, I'm not so worried about buying a fork from China, but I'm cringing at the wheels, thinking the hubs will suck, etc. I guess I feel like the fork has one job, and it'll be easy to tell if it's doing it (or not).

Anyone got any experience buying those? I'm looking to save the time on lacing up 2x 406 ISO discs myself.

--SpiderMonkey

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