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Back rim or front rim??? - March 6, 2009, 02:07 PM

can anyone notice if it's a front rim or the rim for the back??? I kept emailing him and he[IMG]file:///C:/Documents%20and%20Settings/Owner/My%20Documents/My%20Pictures/bikebusiness/frontorbackrim1.JPG[/IMG] never replied through ebay. let me know.
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I'm going to guess rear.
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Rear because the second pic is where the sprocket goes!


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and you actually have a bike right?
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however it could be the front if you ride in reverse. ask the seller if it came off a bike that has reverse.
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how can you tell? because the front rim requires a brake rotor too??



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how can you tell? because the front rim requires a brake rotor too??
fact that the front rim DOES NOT require a sprocket carrier since that rim obviously has a sprocket carrier on it...or hub...Confuscious say: he who buy that rim, now has rear rim

i'd like to see which way your seat faces on your bike.....

just f-n with ya mang...but yea...that's a a rear and that's how you can tell...oh and it's wide as hell. just to be clear...that is 2 pics of the same rim..just different sides...just thought i'd put that out there.

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how can you tell? because the front rim requires a brake rotor too??
Jesus, I told you why in my post. It is called a cush drive!


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I saw that in you picture you are pretending to stunt. I would hold off on that for a few weeks. Just be safe you know.
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