- Superstar or Mavic wheelset, you decide!
Bit of help needed. I am after a new set of wheels, xc and trail centre use, want something that i can service, looking at Superstar or Mavic’s for around £150 mark. Any advice appreciated. Superstar have a few wheelsets around my wallet size, not sure of tthe differences though. cheers.Posted 7 years ago
I’ve always found him ok – sorted out my dropper post no quibbles and the other bits I’ve had have been fine. Also sorted out items lost in the post with no drama.
For these reasons I would be genuinely interested to know how the wheels are doing as I may go for these when getting bolt thu forks for the HTPosted 7 years agoJolly Green GiantMember
Crossrides are ok.Might also be worth looking to see what you could get at Merlin.SLX hubs with Mavic 317s would be the same weight,and have the adavantage of having easily sourced spokes.Posted 7 years ago
I`ve always found Shimano cup and cone hubs reliable and easy to service too,if you know how to adjust cones………..mikewsmithMember
i clicks to let you know it’s precision engineering and working!!
For hubs simple rules sealed bearings!
As for superstar I wouldn’t go there again too slow, unresponsive (even when trying to spend money), crap website. Got some wheels, not bad for the money took them over a week to ship stock wheels….Posted 7 years agofullautoMember
I ordered a set of superstars xcx’s at the start of the year. Been fine and it’s nice to have swappable adapters – just done a frame and fork change so was really grateful for that!
As I was replacing the wheels on my 2nd hand mtb, I can’t really compare them in quality to anything else, but still pretty happy with them 🙂Posted 7 years agochrisdwMember
+1 for the On One wheels
I have a pair of them now. All good and really well built. Come with all the adaptors for QR, 15mm, and 20mm
For the strength they are really light as well. I tend to be very hard on wheels and they are still holding up strong.
Plus mine have pimp gold hubs and nipples 😉Posted 7 years agoprobertsMember
I bought some superstar wheels about 6 months ago, they had tightened the spokes up so tight that the nipples were pulling through the rim holes and distorting the rim shape…..when I complained about them and sent them back I had to pay the return postage which was £12, superstar would only compensate me £6.50 postage which I had to send numerous emails to get paid…I found them a pain in the A to deal with and would rather chew my own fingers off that buy from them again…
The nanotech pedals are ok though…Posted 7 years ago
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