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Old 10-02-2006, 02:10 PM   #1
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just purchased A set of cs22 and noticed the rims are made of a different material and are softer than the ones i bought last time. do people find the new ones are better or worse than the old ones especially on carpet.

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lot better there nylon more corner speed do to the flex but they bend easy also spin on the hex a little
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Old 10-02-2006, 02:36 PM   #3
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are they more or less prone to grip roll

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The nylon rims are also tougher, meaning less likely to crack. Sorry I've never had traction roll on asphalt, never run CS22 on carpet.
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lot better there nylon more corner speed do to the flex but they bend easy also spin on the hex a little
Hmm, wondered why my hex's were biting into my wheels more than they used to

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to be honest i wouldnt use a CS-22 on carpet. They are awesome on asphalt but they come second to LRP VTEC 24R on carpet, the 24R offer much more grip and last out surprisingly well!
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