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Hi,

I am thinking of carrying KinLin MTB rims (XM-250) at my online store and was wondering if I should order them with eyelets or no eyelets. Any thoughts on this? Has anyone built on these rims?

Also, for disc brakes (which I think the majority of my customers will have), should I go with CNC sidewalls or not?

I'm mostly a roadie and don't know much about MTB wheels.

Thanks for your help.
 

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Hi, i've no experience with KinLin rims, but from an MTBers point of view there is one brand of tubeless rim which stands out from everything else. Stans. If i was running a shop his rims would be top of my list to stock. Tubeless is the only way to go on an MTB and stans rims are ahead of the rest, not to mention nice and light. Oh and you can still use them with tubes if you want.
 
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