Sold Mag 20 inch wheel kit with Bendix hub

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Price
$300
Location
Sacramento Ca
Zipcode
95831

acurint

Finally riding a big boys bike
I built this up and had it installed on a hoop and realized you can easily remove it by unbolting the 15 stainless steel screws holding the rim strip to the hoop. I've already done the hard work for you and I'm including the Bendix single speed Red band hub. All you need to do is bolt the 15 included stainless steel screws to your S2 hoop. I also have a brand new white wall tire for an extra $25 if interested. Local pickup or FREE shipping available anywhere in the United States.

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coasterbrakejunkie1969

Cruisin' on my Bluebird
After you bolt the rim on = how 'true' will the wheel be ?
I would think you would have to start with a nice straight rim. The 20 inch S-2 are a heavy duty rim and as long as they are not beat up the tend to be straight. I have rebuilt a bunch in the past few years and have had to do little to no truing. But that is a great point no way to true it with that set up.
 

acurint

Finally riding a big boys bike
After you bolt the rim on = how 'true' will the wheel be ?
Yes he gave a great explanation. I build wheels consistently, and S2 hoops are some of the best for a final straight and true product. If it begins true, it will certainly remain true post-build.
 
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