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Small Crack in Carbon Tri Spoke

I was assuming a new wheel cost. Not the $50. Yeah that's super cheap. But perfect to experiment on
August 21, 2013 03:52 PM
Exactly. To be honest, I actually don't know much about carbon repairs or care to know. I never want to resort to that option with my wheels. But I figured it would cost a lot more than $50 bucks. Looks like I guessed right.
Which brings me back to my point again; it would be pointless to repair something you only paid $50 for while the repair costs $200+.
Self experimentation sounds like a feasible idea, but very risky.
August 21, 2013 05:44 PM
From: Los Angeles, CA
212 posts
1 bike
Yeah it can be dodgy, but as long as you know what your doing its possible to restore structural integrity. And for less than a brand new HED 3, or used, for that matter.
August 21, 2013 08:02 PM
I would more or less have it hanging on my wall then to throw it in the trash. I will fix it my self and balance it when I'm done. I'm not gonna Bom it nor use it on the good bike. It's gonna be a 15 mph bike shop parts getter. I will be just fine and I did read all above comments. Thanks and no more needs to be said. If I could delete the whole thing I would. Good day
August 23, 2013 03:45 AM
From: Louisville ky
73 posts
10 bikes
Mickey moused shit is the best shit to be had.
August 23, 2013 03:47 AM
From: Louisville ky
73 posts
10 bikes

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