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I need a front rim assembly for a mongoose spark 26" X1.95 dual disc brakes. i purchased this bike at wal.mart north Olmsted, Ohio 44070. the bike was hit at the front rim is bent beyond repair. i am looking for a replacement cost and shipping. thank you.

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If you want only the rim who would assemble it for you? At this level of bicycle it's usually cheaper to buy a wheel than to buy a rim and have a shop swap it over.

Look at the disc itself and count the bolts holding it on. You want to order or locate a 26-inch disc wheel with a hub that matches the disc rotor you have because you'll be transferring it to the new wheel.

You probably also would want it to match cosmetically. Then look closely at the rear wheel and assess what brand (or at least what color) the hub and rim are.

A quick search of eBay for generic "26" disc front wheel" 's brings up 37 of them starting at $45 including shipping. OR you could drag the Bike or just the bad wheel to a real Bicycle Shop and let experts take care of everything.


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