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Hoops
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Wheelbuilder recommendations

Postby Hoops » Thu Apr 26, 2018 7:32 pm

Time has come to put a proper rim on my Pampera to replace the laughable tinfoil effort that came standard on the front. I've laced up a few MTB wheels in the past but would rather let an expert build this one. Any one local that really knows their stuff?

Cheers.

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Bush Pig
250cc Trail Rider
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Location: Ash, Surrey

Re: Wheelbuilder recommendations

Postby Bush Pig » Thu Apr 26, 2018 8:49 pm

Candy a Wheels in Tatsfield have been given good reviews on the forum. Search their name and read up on 'em?
I would like to get my DR Suzuki rear rim changed from a 17" to an 18" so if you do use them let us know what they are like?

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Gary s
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Postby Gary s » Thu Apr 26, 2018 9:44 pm

Hoops wrote:Time has come to put a proper rim on my Pampera to replace the laughable tinfoil effort that came standard on the front. I've laced up a few MTB wheels in the past but would rather let an expert build this one. Any one local that really knows their stuff?

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silvergull
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Re: Wheelbuilder recommendations

Postby silvergull » Sat Apr 28, 2018 10:25 pm

try these guys, I have used their services, and been totally pleased with their work.located at Bolney, near Horsham. cheers bc
http://www.wheelwiseengineering.co.uk/
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