Other Wheel parts:
Suzue 36 and 48 Hubs (a bunch)-New- $25 each
24" Alex DX-32 Rim (x 2) -New- $30 Each
20" Alex Supra E-Lite 48 hole -New- $25
20" Alex Supra Feather 48 hole -New- $25
Profile Hub w/170mm Cranks, -Used- $150
Which wheel is that in the last picture with rim and hub etc… what size it that wheel as well. Also I’m interested in the two wheeler giraffe, do you have a pic of the light trials wheel? and what would be your best price on muni wheel with the giraffe 2 wheeler and the light trials wheel. Thanks
The Muni/light wheel is the last one pictured; a suzue hub, 26" tryall rim (gold), black spokes, and quax-light 114mm cranks.
The light trials wheel is pictured next to the 700c wheel, and is a suzue hub, 19" Alex dx-32 rim, and an Echo SupaTrial tire.
If you’re in Iowa, you’re best bet is to stop by Mondo (mondofest.org) this weekend. You’ll not pay shipping (expensive on giraffes), and have the benefit of hanging around with lots of cool riders. Otherwise, PM for price negotiations.
Yes, it’s the orange one. It’s a suzue hub, Stingray 20x4" tire, odyssey hazard-lite rim, 114mm aluminium cranks. It’ll take a bit of abuse, but not long term thrashing.
Unless you are talking about the very obscure 28x1 1/2 size, 28" refers to a tire under 50mm’s that fits a 700c rim (622mm bead seat diameter). Over 50mm’s it’s called a 29", but still the same 622mm bsd.
Looks like about 8 dollars. They’re pretty good, as long as you’re not using it for trials. My dad’s had one on his coker for about 12,000 miles, I’ve seen them used long term for light xc muni. The only one I’ve ever broken was riding trials.
hey im interested in the 28". i tried to send a pm but i dont know if it worked. i live in cleveland, ohio. would you take $100 for it and to ship it here. can you email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or call me at (216) 970-7795.
Sorry about the delay folks, I’ve been busy all weekend.
Knox, I pm’d you.
The 28" got sold locally, so is no longer for sale.
Regarding the 2 wheeler, It’s 2 16" wheels, with a chain drive on the top wheel geared up to about a 20". The tires have been pretty good to me in terms of not slipping. They’re both 16"x1.75" tires, so you could go a little bigger, or a little closer, to increase friction if it were an issue. It ends up being not quite 6 feet tall when the seat is at my height. The seat is a very early production Velo model that was wearing out on the sides. Looks like shipping is going to be about 50 dollars.