Sun Envy Lite Rims for BMX

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8/31/2013 11:00 PM

Would these rims be good for a rear BMX freestyle rim like could it handle the impacts for what i do because on danscomp it says its a race rim so i dont know if it is strong or not.

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8/31/2013 11:15 PM

Idk but i would save for something better. like odyssey hazard lite or the quadrant or 7KA, gsport birdcage, rollcage.

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8/31/2013 11:18 PM

Mikel8149 wrote:

Idk but i would save for something better. like odyssey hazard lite or the quadrant or 7KA, gsport birdcage, rollcage.

but they are heavier then this sun rim this is like 11 oz. the odyssey hazard lite are 15.8

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8/31/2013 11:21 PM

Mikel8149 wrote:

Idk but i would save for something better. like odyssey hazard lite or the quadrant or 7KA, gsport birdcage, rollcage.

DylanTheMears wrote:

but they are heavier then this sun rim this is like 11 oz. the odyssey hazard lite are 15.8

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8/31/2013 11:25 PM

DylanTheMears wrote:

but they are heavier then this sun rim this is like 11 oz. the odyssey hazard lite are 15.8

d00d you should get the Alienation Deviant for the rear, it's totez .1oz lighter

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8/31/2013 11:31 PM

This is very brief but,

You wont regret spending a few extra $$$ for:
- Odyssey hazard lite $44.99 on danscomp (compared to the $37 for thesun envy lite)
- Odyssey quadrant
- Or even the cinema 777

Also, If you can afford to get some G-Sport rims, most people would definitely recommend them.

PLEASE DONT WORRY ABOUT THE WEIGHT OF RIMS!!!

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9/1/2013 2:34 AM

No no no. I saw a guy got some new elites to sun envy rims. His lastet a week till it was no longer usable!! Get a hazard light. I've had one for nearly 2 years and its stil going strong

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9/1/2013 6:24 AM

Mikel8149 wrote:

Idk but i would save for something better. like odyssey hazard lite or the quadrant or 7KA, gsport birdcage, rollcage.

DylanTheMears wrote:

but they are heavier then this sun rim this is like 11 oz. the odyssey hazard lite are 15.8

sundaybmxRR wrote:

d00d you should get the Alienation Deviant for the rear, it's totez .1oz lighter

This! I've run more alienation rims than anything else and I've never had problems. I know one person who hasdeviants efrront and back and literally hasn't trued them sinceDecember and they're still good. and anyone i know who has then rides street and would recommend them over any other rim in that price range. I'm considering getting a set. when my wheels die of course if you have the money go for gspots or odysseys but for the price of one of those rims you can get tw deviants.

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9/1/2013 8:13 AM

Hoffman Generators are bomb proof, plus you can catch them on sale alot

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Put in work.
Put in work.
Flacko put 'em in the dirt.

9/1/2013 8:29 AM

Hoffman generators or else Alex triple walls

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9/1/2013 2:22 PM

Alienation 7ups are on sale for $30.
I've never really liked alienation but got these rims a year ago to try them out since they were so cheap on sale compared to the $75 that they originally were. Theyre nuke proof. I went from hazards to these and I could honestly feel the difference. I've had em for a year and they've stayed perfectly straight the whole time. No flat spots, wobble, creaking, or problems. The paint quality is really nice. My front rim looks brand new. But on back it rawed out really fast with brakes.

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