There's no point in coming down on the OP for posting in the way he did. You're forgetting the PRICE of these wheels. Quite extravagant if you ask most people, and because of that, I'm sure it'd be upsetting to most people who expect high performance and durability, yet only to find a quick failure. If these were $250 wheels, then maybe the rider wouldn't expect and react as much. Maybe he worked hard and stretched and saved his pennies to buy the wheels, so this would be a big disappointment.William42 said:I always find it is best to make an all caps rant thread on the internet be for contacting the manufacturer when something goes wrong. That way, you'll be sure to give them a chance to sort their sh!t out, and you're certain to get the best service.
I think the best part is that you're not even the one who broke them.
This thread is retarded. Any wheel can fail, i9's have great engagement, they're super light, quite stiff, and stuff like this is a rarity - sure it happens, but destroying wheels is no more common then any other setup. Way to be a jackass dude.