UST Rims Home › Forum › Bike Forum › UST Rims Viewing 12 posts - 1 through 12 (of 12 total) UST Rims jamesgarbettSubscriber 819 Posted 8 years ago juddermanSubscriber stans ZTR flows Posted 8 years ago nickcSubscriber another vote for 819. Although, get some-one else to build them, they're a PITA. Posted 8 years ago devsMember 823 Posted 8 years ago cake eaterMember Looking at tubeless rims for fairly hard riding, what would you recommend? Posted 8 years ago giantjasonSubscriber another vote for 819. have them on both my bikes and after a year are still running straight and true. Posted 8 years ago scaredypantsSubscriber stans – piss easy to build (I did one for my 1st ever wheel), v light for width (not so sure about how strong but you don't seem to get lots of whingeing about them) Posted 8 years ago nickfMember 819 – I've yet to damage one. Well, apart from hitting a tree, but I can't really blame the rim for that one. Posted 8 years ago OnzadogSubscriber Flow. Really light for the width just flippin' expensive. I'm loving mine. Posted 8 years ago UK-FLATLANDERSubscriber 819s, running them on two of my bikes, been great Posted 8 years ago fozzybearMember 819, i looked at a stan's i didn't like the pinning and welding on the rim. looked rustic. Posted 8 years ago xc-steveMember Another one for 819's have given mine a good beating on many a rock garden and they're still running true and not a single scratch/dent on them. Posted 8 years ago Viewing 12 posts - 1 through 12 (of 12 total) The topic ‘UST Rims’ is closed to new replies.