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Old 06-20-2010, 09:16 AM   #1
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I have 2 sets of these type wheels and use them with Medium-Narrow reinforced slicks type A (53433) and B3 (53705), both with soft inserts (53434).

When using these on low grip asphalt pieces of the rim break lose. It looks like the tire stresses the rim to much or I didn't mount or glued them correctly.

Or is this a rim that isn't that good quality wise ?
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I have 2 sets of these type wheels and use them with Medium-Narrow reinforced slicks type A (53433) and B3 (53705), both with soft inserts (53434).

When using these on low grip asphalt pieces of the rim break lose. It looks like the tire stresses the rim to much or I didn't mount or glued them correctly.

Or is this a rim that isn't that good quality wise ?
Any of the clear plastics are brittle. I think they did that series of clear items for looks.
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