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Old 09-05-2011, 05:10 PM   #1
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spoked wheels trueing question

need to get my Cb750 wheels trued before i slap some new tires on it, anybody know anyone on the SE side that can do it? off the bike.

dont feel like messing with it. although i probably could do it, id rather have an aged person do it.

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bump. i'd like to know too.

stupid question that i could probably call and find out the answer myself, but was wondering if a bicycle shop could do it. i know the guy @ scwinn cycles does good work. truing spokes is truing spokes, right?
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Old 09-07-2011, 10:56 PM   #4
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ive seen some vids and have read some guides. IMO its kind of an art(ish) and it helps to have experience. im very mechanically inclined and could probably do it but it may take me like a few days with a shitload of trial and error. pass. i'd rather hand it to someone and let them do it in less than an hour.
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