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ZACHARY in ID
I laced one of these up on my CR250, the only issue I see is that the nipples don’t perfectly seat and align in the rim. They are nice and straight until you start torquing them to spec, then the nipple doesn’t follow the spoke direction straight (because the rim isn’t quite machined the correct angle inside) and puts a slight bow into the spoke, it shows up on the how to videos the same if you know what to watch for. OEM wheels don’t have that issue and are very straight when torqued. OEM are probably are machined a little more perfectly, for the price I’ll deal with it.Read All Reviews