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    Wheels for my balance

    Here soon Iím going to have some new wheels built for my balance.
    Currently it has a e13 wheel set on it. They have worked fine so far. But I break shit so itís just a matter of time before I smash them. Im definitely going with purple i9 hubs. To match my links. But rims is where Iím at a loss. Cost wise flow mk3 would be the solid go to rim. But Iíd like to pony up to carbon. I have atomik carbon trail rims on my riot and really like them. Discuss oh and letís say my pain cave on wheel money is around $1000 give or take


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    Quote Originally Posted by Raleighguy29 View Post
    Here soon Iím going to have some new wheels built for my balance.
    Currently it has a e13 wheel set on it. They have worked fine so far. But I break shit so itís just a matter of time before I smash them. Im definitely going with purple i9 hubs. To match my links. But rims is where Iím at a loss. Cost wise flow mk3 would be the solid go to rim. But Iíd like to pony up to carbon. I have atomik carbon trail rims on my riot and really like them. Discuss oh and letís say my pain cave on wheel money is around $1000 give or take


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    Nox. Lifetime warranty. Quality. Wide deep rim. Super stupid easy to set up tubeless.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jkidd_39 View Post
    Nox. Lifetime warranty. Quality. Wide deep rim. Super stupid easy to set up tubeless.

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    Love the dvoed out balance! A buddy of mine has nox on his Bronson heís been happy with them


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    Quote Originally Posted by Raleighguy29 View Post
    Love the dvoed out balance! A buddy of mine has nox on his Bronson heís been happy with them


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    It's a riot with 650b plus tires. But same difference...I've got two pairs of nox rims. Very happy with them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raleighguy29 View Post
    Here soon Iím going to have some new wheels built for my balance.
    Currently it has a e13 wheel set on it. They have worked fine so far. But I break shit so itís just a matter of time before I smash them. Im definitely going with purple i9 hubs. To match my links. But rims is where Iím at a loss. Cost wise flow mk3 would be the solid go to rim. But Iíd like to pony up to carbon. I have atomik carbon trail rims on my riot and really like them. Discuss oh and letís say my pain cave on wheel money is around $1000 give or take


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    Bite the bullet and pony up a few more hundred, get your i9 hubs and a no questions asked lifetime warranty. Santa Cruz Reserve carbon wheel set.
    2015 Santa Cruz Bronson
    Only major components that are still stock on my bike, the Reverb dropper and SLX brakes.

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    Based off of your user name, I'd go with Nox Rims. They are somewhat local and Pisgha tested.

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