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Feel like it's time to upgrade my wheelset, looking for something not terribly expensive. My question is not which wheels, but, how much trouble am I looking at if I choose to buy wheels on-line and put on the cassette myself? Is it that straightforward, or are there a thousand little things that I'd be better off avoiding and paying my LBS to do instead?

Let me say I'm not a wrench kinda guy, but I'd like the satisfaction of doing this myself.

This is for a 9 sp Ultegra, 4 or 5 yr old Cervelo Dual. Any advice is appreciated.
 

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It is not too difficult. Parktools.com might have how to do it on their web site. If you plan on doing any wrenching in the future though I suggest you get a good bike repair book. Bikes are pretty straight forward as long as they have been maintained well and don't have too many frozen bolts.
 
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