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Old 08-15-06, 01:36 PM   #1
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sun ringle mtx--opinions?

i got a few on mtbreview.com, but there was only a small hand full of reviews. any ideas?

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Old 08-15-06, 03:20 PM   #2
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they are great. sun makes good stuff. i have seen them laced to industry 9 hubs. i don't think someone would lace crap to industry 9 hubs.

i have not used mtx, but i have been pleased with other sun rims. i choose sun over mavic.
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Great rims! I've got the S-type MTX rear wheel, and it's running great so far. Hasn't gotten out of true, dented, or anything.
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im running the s-type mtx rims on both my front and rear wheel and they are awesome. ive had quite a few loose spokes, but they still stay true and i havent been able to flatten them out yet either... they're awesome!
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thanks for the input, everyone. i think i might get a set.

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