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Old 07-29-2019, 03:43 AM   #6
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Glitchy86: then again upon those few posts where they bent wheels, imho there are at very least 10x times more that keep happily using them just fine. And i see nothing to point to rpf1 wheels as being weaker then many others, that for that specific (ab)use won't bend other wheels too.
Also given popularity of rpf1, imho they are in many places easier to source if need for replacement arrives.
Given that they are overall imho of good compromise of strength/weight/cost, i see no reasons to not get them, unless one knows that will do gravel rallying
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