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04-09-2008 #1the wheelmaster Guest
Super Heavy Duty Wheels ! ! ! !
Hello, if you haven't heard yet, I'm making Heavy Duty Wheels that incorporate #10 guage Motorcycle Spokes, and Often a superior Lace Pattern (when possible).
The Wheels come with a Lifetime Gaurantee ! If for any reason the Wheel ever breaks or becomes out of true I will repair it free of charge, you simply pay shipping, here's how it works,
Procedure #1, you send me your wheel (or individual Hub and Rim you want to use), I build it up with #10 Guage or in Extreme Cases #9 guage motorcycle spokes, Yes, The rim and Hub need drilling, but I've eliminated all problems concerning this action !
I then take a picture of your wheel and send it to you via E-mail, you then send me a money order for $190 (Shipping IS Extra), when I recieve payment I ship you a Super Wheel that will knock your socks off !
Procedure#2, You send me your wheel (or desired Hub and Rim) Along with a Money order for $190 PLus shipping, and I then build your wheel with the afore mentioned Specs and ship it back to you, Procedure #2 is obvioulsey the fastest turnaround time .
Here's my Information
The Wheelmaster, 37637 39th Ave South, Auburn,WA, 98001
(253) 927-0271 "Talk to Morrie" or leave a message with your info !
Personal Message me as well if you like, all inqueries are answered quickly..
THANK YOU MBC AND ALL IT'S PEOPLE ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! !
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04-09-2008 #2Large Filipino Guest
Motorcycle spokes. Wow.
My ship needs to come!
04-09-2008 #3quay1962 Guest
What do you charge for 12 gauge spokes? Is that all you'll do is 10-12g?
04-10-2008 #5the wheelmaster Guest
I only sell High tensil strength nickel cadmium plated steel spokes in #9 or #10 guage and no stainless in any guage, I'm not yet selling spoke kits that you can assemble yourself but in the future ya never know.
04-10-2008 #6turkeyssr Guest
Do they not make stainless spokes in such large sizes?? I'm sure the spokes are just as strong, correct?
04-10-2008 #7the wheelmaster Guest
Problem is, any heavy gauge stainless spoke you get will be too short because it's made for a motorcycle wheel, largest common diameter is 21 inches, 12 gauge maybe will be long enough, but I don't deal with anything under #10.
Yes, Stainless is really good metal, very tough, IMO it work hardens over a long period of time in a way that my spokes don't , but I still endorse stainless because it's WAY tougher and better than the stuff your dealing with anywhere else, I still don't use it unless the customer provides it or I order it for him or her.....
04-12-2008 #8andyinchville1 Guest
I Like that!....Can you do NuVinci Hubs?
04-12-2008 #9the wheelmaster Guest
I have not found a Hub yet that I can't superwheel, "Knock on Wood".... it certainly doesn't mean the one doesn't exist, send me some pics and I'll be able to tell easily, Jim.....
04-12-2008 #10Alaskavan Guest
For what it's worth, the Wheelmaster has my seal of approval.
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