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Matthew in OH
Number one: The price. Rims are expensive and this rim is cheap. And not cheap by quality either. This rim was an awesome buy. I am very pleased with the quality and the price. At first I was skeptical to buy a rim that was almost half the price of the other rims, but after reading the other guys reviews, I agree that this is the best bang. I have only had to tighten the spokes one time after installation. And that's just it, installation was nothing. The rim comes ready to go on your bike, other than sprockets and brake rotor, unless you opted to have that package. If I had not been on such a tight budget when I snapped my OEM hub, I would have bought the entire kit front and rear. I would recommend this product to anyone. And the hub comes anodized. Excellent QUALITY and AMAZING PRICE, that's just it.Read All Reviews
Jeffrey in NY
You will be very sorry if you are trying to get your old rim off of the hub and expect to use those old spokes. They will be seized, spinning in the hub and broken when you get down to it. Buy the spokes with the rim and avoid the extra wait time. Fit and function of this rim is perfect. Tusk rim weighed 2605 grams on a cheap digital kitchen scale.Read All Reviews
Jeffrey in NY
Bought both front and rear set for 2011 KX250F. Warp9 rear hub and rotor is not compatible with stock. Holes are spaced properly, but bolts are smaller. Nuts striped easily when trying to remove, so needed to use vice grips. I replaced the bolts with higher quality hardware and fabricated spacers to work with the OEM rotor. The sprocket is interchangeable, so that was good. Front rotor was fine, too. But, the front wheel hub is thinner than stock, so special spacers came with the kit. Unfortunately, the right spacer was 3mm too short. Not just annoying but potentially dangerous. The OEM cap for the right side won't work either. So . . . Annoying. They look good. We'll see how they hold up. Yes, I will check the spokes! OK, so here is the update. Despite the initial disappointments, we put these wheels on our 2011 KX250F after installing the proper spacer (which I am sure the company would have sent me if I had asked, which I didn't). I have the sprocket and rotors that came with the wheel, and I'll probably sell them on e-bay, but here is the bottom line: The rims came out of the box perfectly straight and round. I followed the instructions to the letter, even buying a torque wrench (from RMATVMC of course) and using it properly. My son hit the various tracks with lots of speed, and even hit a few trees in the woods. Those rims are still looking brand new, and they are perfectly straight and round. Comments around the track among buddies is that the hubs really make the bike stand out. I may upgrade to 5 stars later in the season, but for now I still remember the hassle of putting on my brand new stock rear rotor and having to fab spacers so it would fit, and, of course, the front spacer was wrong. So that takes a star off. Would I buy these again, knowing what I know? Yup. Most people aren't maintenance freaks in general, and that's OK. I am, but I have never paid so much attention to spoke tension as I do now. Reason being, I re-torqued those Warp 9 spokes with a spoke torque wrench (bought on RM) to spec as directed. Then again after the next ride. Then again, and again, and they were fine. Then I let a couple of practices go, and re-checked before a race on Friday. I had anywhere from zero to 4 turns on the spokes to get them tight again. They were loose enough so I could move them with my fingers. This is a recipe for disaster. I think if you are diligent about checking spokes, you won't have an issue, but this should not be as much of a concern as it has become. I buy a LOT of stuff from RM, and I hope someone takes note of this, because I don't usually have time to post product reviews, but this is a safety issue, and RM is better than this product, by far. Don't buy these. Really. Just being fair about the wheels and the process I went through may be familiar to those who have run them. If I had started in the place I am now, I would say they are worth the money. The rims have held up very well and the spokes are no longer an issue. The rest of the stuff is still as true as it was when I wrote it, but the spoke issue does go away after time and the rims can take a decent beating and still look good. The hubs still look great and, bottom line, the wheels have not failed. Just stay on top of those spokes while they are newer . . . don't assume, check!Read All Reviews