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Old 03-21-2008, 10:53 AM   #1
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Rim tape

im wanting to buy rim tape for my bike but i dont really know how to do it
any advice? i was gonna buy some from tapeworks.com i saw that its alot easier with a stand but i dont have a stand is it impossible to do without one? any help would be great!
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Old 03-21-2008, 10:57 AM   #2
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im wanting to buy rim tape for my bike but i dont really know how to do it
any advice? i was gonna buy some from tapeworks.com i saw that its alot easier with a stand but i dont have a stand is it impossible to do without one? any help would be great!
hay man i did it without a stand its super E Z just make sure the rimtape u buy is precut rimtape that way its ez to install as the come cut in small size ride safe be safe
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On their dealer list it says Stubb City Cycles and Texas City Cycles are authorized dealers. They probably would even put it on for you for a fee.
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It is possible to do without stands but honestly I'd prefer it. , doin it with the wheel off would be superb! I did my rear wheel tape on a stand and it turned out WAY better than my front wheel without stand. BEST advice, TAKE YOUR TIME! Haven't heard a whole lot about tapeworks but I got mine from progrip, not much of a selection but hey I'm just passing it along
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