Should i have to repair this damaged zipp900?



should i have to repair?

  • Of course! Idiot! You are young yet

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  • Nope… i think it wil be okay. Dont worry

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taewoo

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Damaged by stupid mistake during setting spraket.

I’m sorry to say that im korean so i cant make myself written English perfectly.

Please give me some advice.
 

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cyclintom

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I would not ride that wheel and I wouldn't try to repair it. Sending it to Zipp would probably cost as much as a new wheel. However, in Korea you could find a company that could repair it and ultrasonically test it for a reasonable cost.