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Street rim advise required

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Hellos 

I have dented my inspired team v2 rim quite badly (see pic) I've straightened it up as best I could for the time being but im reasonably sure im on borrowed time with it and I'm thinking of getting a spank rim to replace whilst they are in stock it does any one have experience with both to know if the spanks are more dent resistant than the v2s thanks in advance

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1 hour ago, Sandbugg said:

Hellos 

I have dented my inspired team v2 rim quite badly (see pic) I've straightened it up as best I could for the time being but im reasonably sure im on borrowed time with it and I'm thinking of getting a spank rim to replace whilst they are in stock it does any one have experience with both to know if the spanks are more dent resistant than the v2s thanks in advance

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Hi! I have Spank rims and they are really strong. But could be wider anyway. Sometimes I got puncture when running lower tyre pressure.

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3 hours ago, Sandbugg said:

Hellos 

I have dented my inspired team v2 rim quite badly (see pic) I've straightened it up as best I could for the time being but im reasonably sure im on borrowed time with it and I'm thinking of getting a spank rim to replace whilst they are in stock it does any one have experience with both to know if the spanks are more dent resistant than the v2s thanks in advance

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Did you land it though?

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Yeah I was like oh didn't get a pinch flat sweet 

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The Spank rims do seem to be a bit more dent resistant than the Inspired rims.  Not sure if you're going down that path but they're a little easier to set up tubeless too.

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