Absolutely... You could bend the 17 as easily as an 18 or 19".. you just need to be as diligent as possible. If you are really concerned, then dont go that large!carguy84 said:We have bad roads around here??? Where?
Ride quality is pretty subjective, depends on what you are used to.
Beacon street, right before and after the intersection with Washington St.SheriffA said:Roads to avoid in Boston:
Mass Ave by MIT
Comm ave between BU and BC
Offramp on 93 South to the airport
All of the big dig area
Well thats just not true....a 19 bends a lot easier than a 17 because its closer to the ground-common sense:tsk:[email protected] said:
Absolutely... You could bend the 17 as easily as an 18 or 19".. you just need to be as diligent as possible. If you are really concerned, then dont go that large!
Drew, where in Newton? I drive there alot and don't want to mess up my wheels. Thanks.drewcon said:mine havent bent, and i drive them all around the ****tiest parts of the city. But I'm careful.
Wheel qulity is an issue. I'm selling my 19 HM2s if you're interested, they are mint.
My brother bent 2 of my dad's 17 two peice 528 rims on a sick pot hole in Newton, so id agree bending a rim doesn have that much to do with wheels size.