Sun-Ringle Disc Jockey Wheelset

5/5 (2 Reviews)
Weight : 1175 grams

Product Description

  • Lacing: 3 Cross
  • Nipples: Brass
  • Spokes: 14/15 Gauge Double Butted

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User Reviews

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by Juice a Cross Country Rider from breckenridge, co

Date Reviewed: July 18, 2007

Strengths:    light, black, disc specific

Bottom Line:   
I wanted to upgrade from v-brakes on my piece of crap 04 Fisher Cake 2. I was a bit sceptical about such a cheap pair of wheels, but I was on a tight budget. Disc specific are usually stronger and lighter than the old ones because of the arched rim design so I went for it. I abused the hell out of these wheels so far for a year. They have seen several foot drops at porcupine rim Moab, slickrock, abuse in Fruita and all over Colorado. Why they have not blown up with a 185lb. rider and a camelback, I can not explain. They do need a serious trueing but that is expected. I have had an unbelievable experience with these wheels and was sad to see them go last week when I sold my bike.

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Favorite Trail:   peaks trail

Duration Product Used:   1 Year

Price Paid:    $200.00

Purchased At:   pricepoint

Similar Products Used:   lots of bontragers race and select, cheap alex

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by Mark a Weekend Warrior from Columbia City, Indiana

Date Reviewed: September 25, 2006

Strengths:    Hubs spin soooo smooth. Pretty strong. I've taken 4ft drops and no bends yet. That cool buzz sound when coasting.

Weaknesses:    Rim profile is kind of cheesy looking but they are real easy to clean.

Bottom Line:   
Can't beat them for the price. Sure Cross-Max wheels are really nice but at least twice the price. If your not a racer these will work just fine.

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Duration Product Used:   6 months

Price Paid:    $180.00

Purchased At:   Pricepoint

Similar Products Used:   CR18's, Rolf Satelites (very strong as well)

Bike Setup:   2004 Weyless SP, Avid BB7's, Stylo team cranks Sid fork, AD-12 rear shock, XT/XTR

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Sun Ringle Disc Jockey: Bearing removal and replacement

Does anyone have info on replacing the hub bearings in a Sun Disc Jockey rear hub? I'm looking for information on getting the two bearings that are in the hub shell out. Once I have the freehub off the hub it seems as though I should press from the drive side of the shell first pushing the axle a ... Read More »

Sun Ringle Disc Jockey Service

Anyone know what i need to do to service my Sun Ringle Disc Jockey hubs? I asked Sun-Ringle support and they said "They are very similar to the Eco hubs. I do not have service instructions for the hubs." :madman: They have been going strong for about 8 years but i noticed a grinding sound (after ... Read More »

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Ringle Disc Jockey rear hub - Good or Bad?

I'm rebuilding a hub for a friend and ran into some ugly that has me second guessing. His (never serviced) hub had rust (and dry as a bone) in the ratchet assembly. The teeth look different than any others I have seen. Can anyone tell me if the ratchet teeth are supposed to look like this, or, if ... Read More »

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