Need Someone to lace wheels in sf bay area

California

CaveMike finally get all parts of black wheels together. Him need someone to lace for him in sf bay area. Primitive cave tools no good for lace wheels.

Call Six Five O Racing at 650 576 4689 in San Carlos

Why not do it your self?... It's so easy a CaveMike could do it! :smirk:

Go to large tree over hill. you see stream. follow stream down to big rock pile. At rock pile you find man with large wheel.

Man with large wheel fix wheel with big hammer. Big hammer good for wheel.

Do not look at large wheel mans wife! Large wheel man anger if look at wife.

Large wheel man no fix wheel if anger.

Large wheel man will hit you if anger!!!

Large wheel man hit me....

wheel still broken.......

Why not do it your self?... It's so easy a CaveMike could do it! :smirk:

Geico Caveman is Assh@le. Me went school with him cousins.

Go to large tree over hill. you see stream. follow stream down to big rock pile. At rock pile you find man with large wheel.

Man with large wheel fix wheel with big hammer. Big hammer good for wheel.

Do not look at large wheel mans wife! Large wheel man anger if look at wife.

Large wheel man no fix wheel if anger.

Large wheel man will hit you if anger!!!

Large wheel man hit me....

wheel still broken.......

Directions lead to Bear cave. Him no fix wheel. Him chase CaveMike, but CaveMike crafty, get away.

Plenty of youtube videos out there; I've done it myself first time; easy peasy!! 2 hours to lace and that's removing the old spokes. 2 hours to true because it's fun to dink with and make it perfect.

Even CaveMona could do this job. Doing suspension bearings is harder.

Awesome thread.

There is no better therapy than sitting down lacing a new wheel with a cold beer and the radio going on in the background...well except maybe riding a dirtbike.

Okay, it's the second best therapy.

CaveMike no want lace him own wheel. CaveMike fearful. CaveMike gladly pay many shiny rock for someone else do.

There was someone who went to local races and would lace up wheels at the races. Forgot the business name.

Wheelsmith is in San Rafael.

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