These rims seem too good to be true. 28 mm wide and under 500 grams? Anyone having any luck with them?
onegeargood said:These rims seem too good to be true. 28 mm wide and under 500 grams? Anyone having any luck with them?
Depends on what stickers you get.Grande said:ran them with maxxis ignitors.could not run less than 35 psi or they would flat.have a couple of dings in them. now run WTB exiwolf front and conti trail mtn king in rear. work much better. so i suppose it was more an issue of rim/tire combo.
sticker are big and ugly. be sure to take those off asap.
They convert to tubeless, but the caveat is - they are not the "easiest" rim to convert when compared to something "easy' like an American Classic rim. Of course, forget about comparing it to a Stans rim as those are tubeless ready rims.badsmells said:Hi
I am also interested in the Blunts. There has been mention that they to not work that well with stans and no tubes. As in compared to stans rims or bontrager rims. Is this true?