Ok, none to buy? How about building one?


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  • Smokey123

Posted March 28, 2005 - 07:45 PM

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Ok, I'm jones'ing for a new rear wheel for a paddle. I've trying to decide if I should buy the parts and build one. I've heard you can save some money over buying one prebuilt. time I have, money I don't. I've got a pretty good understanding of mechanics and common sense (except that I like to ride a motorcycle in the sand :naughty: )

Has anyone put the package together, if so saved any money? If I did put one together it will be an 18"x2.15

Thanks,
Smokey





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