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Old 11-01-2017, 03:34 PM   #1
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RTX/IKON Wheels - Winter



Hey all,

I'm looking around for a set of winter wheels and came across a couple of really nice designs (CSL replica inspired), and was wondering if anyone has any feedback? Good quality?

RTX ENVY
IKON IK86

The RTXs are slightly more in price.

Thanks!
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They’re probably the lowest grade in build quality but seeing as all the local tire shops use them in their winter packages, they should do the job fine as a winter set. I wouldn’t ever run them in summer or for a set I care about with respect to quality.

These should be considered as steel wheel alternatives at most. And for that, they should be okay.
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Old 11-01-2017, 08:40 PM   #3
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They’re probably the lowest grade in build quality but seeing as all the local tire shops use them in their winter packages, they should do the job fine as a winter set. I wouldn’t ever run them in summer or for a set I care about with respect to quality.

These should be considered as steel wheel alternatives at most. And for that, they should be okay.
Thanks, appreciate the quick reply.
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