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Are wheels designed to work as a pair?

 

What if My rear wheel which was really expensive breaks.

 

Is it better to buy a new wheelset or can I put a cheap rear wheel on with the expensive deep carbon front wheel for the time being?

 

I know it will look *** but who cares??

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No....no......no. ...No self respecting cyclist will ever put a cheap wheel with a carbon deep section. Besides you might come to the horrible conclusion that there is no loss of performance when you replaced the carbon wheel with the cheap one.

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I know it will look *** but who cares??

 

 

I'm shocked! I bet you're the kind of person who would put bar ends on riser bars :o

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I'm shocked! I bet you're the kind of person who would put bar ends on riser bars :o

hey, I've got bar ends on my riser bars.

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Budget buddy! Been a tough few months.....

 

Either I look *** and perform ok or I look normal and perform ***...........

 

Has anyone got an extra Rolf Pro Vector rearwheel that I can have or purchase at a crazy low price?

 

YOU CAN HELP MEEEE LOOK BETTER!!! :clap:

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What you need to do is cut up an old tin can and place it around the the hub on the cheap rear wheel. That way, everyone will think you're using a Powertap, making the wheel more acceptable:

 

http://lh4.ggpht.com/_Wo8yCZ1eTVw/TJ0eJaH9fOI/AAAAAAAAh3g/mht7chOjpSQ/IMG_0528%5B3%5D.jpg

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Haha!

 

How about if I improvise my own deepsecitions with foil?

 

And then put a piece of cardboard in as well so it sounds like a motorcycle!

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I am going to put the one *** wheel with the nice one and be at every single race. Sooner or later TNT1 will be so pissed off that he will donate his wheels!

 

Maybe I should also do a manual spray job on my full carbon frame

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