I have a couple of options for all mountain wheels for my Norco Shinobi to upgrade from the stock Sun Ringle Inferno rims (external width 25mm)
My style is fairly aggressive but I suffer from a fair bit of flex on my 140mm revelation so am trying to reduce this as much as possible. I'm trying to avoid buying a fox 34/pike to address this and figured the rims/hubs could use an upgrade to combat this.
So here are the current options:
1. Easton Haven front and rear
not as wide as the others and could lower spoke count reduce stiffness compared to the other 2 options?
i don't think these are convertible between 20mm and 15mm in case i did want to change my fork - could use some guidance here also.
2. Sun Ringle Charger Pro Front and Rear
wider than eastons but not much heavier.
3. WTB Frequency (with Chub DH Hub) on front with Easton Haven on rear.
I presume the oversized front hub will be stiffer than the hubs on the other wheels.
these are also convertible.
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