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What would be the best way to protect a wheel. These things are pretty expensive for me so I want to make sure it lasts. 

I've tried baby protector foam but that seems only to help with impact. It doesn't slide very well on foam.

I really like the roll.nz covers and I have heard great things but they don't make that for my wheel yet (RS). 

Looking for other options.

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i wonder why no one design 'crash bars' for EUCs, it seems that we don't have any metal fabricator among us riders here i guess :lol:

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Typical motorcycle crash bar

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Could use the Uno Bolt type of design for crash bar

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Or the recent flying broom type of design seems to be able to protect the EUC from any scratches, i think. You can fit any seat to it too.

 

 

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