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Depends what you want I guess

For tires, consider whether you need flat resistant tires, or really light tires, or tires that are cheap and will last for many training rides. Then try to narrow down the choices from there. Tire technology is pretty good these days, it's hard to make a bad choice.

For wheels, again - what are you trying to accomplish? Wheels typically have specialized purposes, like lightweight climbing wheels, heavier but more aerodynamic wheels, or strong wheels that don't take a lot of maintenance. Wheels are a lot of dollars (for good ones anyway), and unless you're riding at a pretty high level you're not really going to notice much of performance difference.
 
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