I gave East Coast Wheels a call, and the signs are good. A straight retorque and true on an existing wheel is $25, and if you are willing to get lost for a couple hours, they'll do them while you wait. As I have demonstrated several times, wheel trueing is a skill I don't have, and it doesn't seem to be developing, I think I'll give them a try.
Well, let us know how it goes - it can be difficult to find bike shops that can do this kind of thing these days. I know I want to have mind done- looking for minneapolis based folks at the moment (or close by) but if I have to I'll ship my wheels somewhere.
I bought a set of rims and spokes for a CB350F which I'm rebuilding from ECW. They were good to deal with and the prices were reasonable - they also shipped to Singapore without any problems. As for truing, can't help, but as a firm I'm happy with them.
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