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Old 2016-11-04, 12:08 AM   #4
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Hi John.

Like others have said if you can find something used that is usually a good option for a first unicycle.

If you are good at wheel building and price is not a consideration, there is no good reason not to have multiple wheels for a hatchet. The Hatchet frame is unique in that it can accept fat tires but does not bash the crap out of your inner leg for no reason when using a skinnier tire, even if some people think it looks silly.

I would not start with a skinnier tire on the hatchet wheel as the rim is just too wide for standard tires.

Swapping wheels really isn't too bad, especially if both have disks installed (or you don't use brakes)
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