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Hey I bought a mtb years ago with the intention of getting into the sport but soon after got injured and have since not had a chance to get back on. But now I'm wanting to take it up again but I have a crooked rear wheel and tyre puncture,
so am in need of a new set and though I would replace them both at the same time. I ride a Scott scale 40 (2009) pretty sure it's a 26" wheel.
now I'm not looking for the most expensive wheel but I don't want the el cheapo that won't last. So any advice, brand to look for, things to look for, and general advice would be greatly appreciated

thanks:)
 

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Hey I bought a mtb years ago with the intention of getting into the sport but soon after got injured and have since not had a chance to get back on. But now I'm wanting to take it up again but I have a crooked rear wheel and tyre puncture,
so am in need of a new set and though I would replace them both at the same time. I ride a Scott scale 40 (2009) pretty sure it's a 26" wheel.
now I'm not looking for the most expensive wheel but I don't want the el cheapo that won't last. So any advice, brand to look for, things to look for, and general advice would be greatly appreciated

thanks:)
Look up StormMountainCyclery at EBay, they hand build their own wheels. I have a set, no problems with them whatsoever.


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Stans rims on hope hubs are pretty bombproof. It was my go to setup for a while before I had the upgrade itch.


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