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Old 06-12-2019, 10:57 AM
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Default Muchmore Racing Touring Wheels - Durability?

How durable are the muchmore racing wheels? Looking at these or some Schumacher revlites. (note: usage will be with an offroad mini vehicle but figured more info here since they are for touring cars)

These:

https://www.amainhobbies.com/muchmor...at-wbw/p632459

versus these:

https://www.amainhobbies.com/schumac...hu2500/p187957
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Old 06-12-2019, 05:02 PM
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This is a funny topic. I just so happen to have 2 sets of Muchmore 28r tires that the wheels all cracked as if they were just too brittle. Only touring car wheels I've had any issues with since 1998.....so I'd go with the Sorex on the revlites. I've had zero issues with them, sweep or Jaco.
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Speedmind rims are unbreakable. They do dish and spoke styles in various colors. You can also dip them in acetone to reuse after the tires are worn out
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thanks for the info! Any opinion on Yokomo wheels?
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Muchmore wheels require a bead of clue around the edge. I have used these for years and I they are great on low bite surfaces but the wheel is very brittle!
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thanks, yeah brittle for sure not what I need lol.
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