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Michael in UT
Loved the rims and setup. The only issue was I ordered these for a Honda 450X and it came with the wrong tooth count on the rear sprocket. Oh, and no wheel spacers for either front or rear. They seem like a quality wheelset other than the grind they put on some of the nipples where the spokes came through. One thing to note, if you are using tubeless, the nipples ride high in the rim trough so make sure your tape work is good or they leak.Read All Reviews
JW in CO
The Tusk Impact rims are very durable, but weigh a little bit more than comparable size rims from DID or Excel. I've been building Wheels often on for 50+ years and my only issue with Tusk Impact rims is they have a little bit more distortion where the hoops are TIG welding together. This is more of a cosmetic issue than anything else, I don't think it compromises the strength at all.Read All Reviews
Philip in SD
Paint comes off easily when putting on the tire so I would recommend using rim protectors but they look good.Read All Reviews
GARY in UT
It takes some time to put it all together but has worked out good for me. I wanted to put a 18in rim on my 2006 2 stroke KX 250 for desert riding. It all fit good. Now I run 8 to 10 psi And ride over rock gardens much better.Read All Reviews
Randy in NH
love these rims,put a tusk back rim and spoke kit on first before getting the front and wished i just ordered them at the same time because i love them, A friend and i did both rims together with a little help from rocky mountain videos and they came out get and this is my second year on the rear and the first on the front.i also got black and they look great but you need to be careful because i scratched my rear one up a littleRead All Reviews