Sun-Ringle Charger 29er (QR20 optional) Wheelset

Sun-Ringle Charger 29er (QR20 optional) Wheelset 

DESCRIPTION

Combination of our lightweight XC hubs and 28mm rim, creates a lightweight durable AM set. This set is race prove on the MTN X circuit with Lopes, Prokop, Cedric

USE: ALL MOUNTAIN/ DISC

FRONT HUB: 32 HOLE SUNRINGLÉ DIRTY FLEA (BLACK)

REAR HUB: 32 HOLE SUNRINGLÉ DIRTY FLEA, (BLACK)

RIM: S.O.S., WIDTH: 28mm

SPOKES: DT COMPETITION (2.0/ 1.8) BLACK DOUBLE BUTTED

NIPPLES: BRASS

LACING: 3 CROSS (FR/ RR)

WEIGHT: 885g (FR), 1005g (RR)

USER REVIEWS

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[Feb 19, 2011]
Steven
Cross Country Rider

Strength:

Quality, lightweight 27mm rims, lightweight hubs, price.

Weakness:

None so far.

I have nothing but good things to say about this wheelset. I like the looks, the weight, the 20mm front hub, and so far the reliability. The wheels easily converted to tubeless with Stan's. Compared to many of the pre-built wheelsets on the market, the SunRingle Chargers appear to be quite the bargain.

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
5
[May 24, 2009]
AKA Monkeybutt
Cross Country Rider

Strength:

Light enough, rims seem ok. I really can’t keep the rear hub together long enough to write up a long term review.

Weakness:

The rear free hub is very weak. I'm on my third hub rebuild in 6 months. They are nice enough to warranty the parts but it’s a pain that it keeps blowing up.

Save yourself the walk out of the trails and the aggravation. My 29er is down for 1-1.5 weeks every hub blow up. Don’t make the mistake I did, spend a little more money and get something that will hold up under use. I would have paid more of a price up front for nice wheels but now the cheap wheels are costing me twice as much since I now need to buy something nice.

Similar Products Used:

DT's, WTB's.

OVERALL
RATING
1
VALUE
RATING
1
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