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      02-21-2014, 03:57 PM   #1
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Vertini DYNASTY VS AG M510's

What are you opinions for a white f10 which set would you purchase?? why?? and which set is known to be more sturdy against potholes. i know they are both equal but one has to be stronger made than the other. NYC is known for crators so im being careful prior to buying.

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Those are two pretty different designs. Both are great choices but they both have some positives and negative. They are both low pressure cast wheels but the Vertini wheels weight more than the Avant Gardes. But those particular Vertini wheels will probably be stronger do to their build design. If you want to avoid bending a wheel go with 19s and a nice fat tire for a smooth ride, pot hole protection and better grip.

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I know this is just one incident but I bent my AG 510 front wheel my third week and I had to get it fixed. I was really worried at the time that it would not last if it was going to get bent the first time I hit a pot hole. But it's been some 5 months since then and I've had no issues with it. Keeping my fingers crossed!
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Both these wheels are pretty resilient. If you hit the right size pot hole at the right speed any wheel will bend its just a matter of time. Best thing to do is just keep an eye out for those pot holes.
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