Some of that depends on the components chosen by the customer, but as to build quality, which is very important to the durability of a wheel, I'd say it's as good as it gets. His prices are very reasonable. My LBS charges almost twice what he does to lace up a wheel, and I doubt they have as much experience.pdh777 said:Nice looking. How do they stack up pin the critical areas of weight, price and durability?
A fine paint brush and a steady hand. I tried doing on black anodized White Industries hubs but for some reason the paint would not stick to the anodized finish.SEK82089 said:How did you do this? Is it something that I could do with?