Re: Newbie question about a Si Carbide Wheel X 2
When I was a kid all my units were silicone. I used to spend hours--literally--making 30x40 cabs out of agate. And I loved every minute of it lol.
No patience for that now! A good supplier for wheels is kingsleynorth.com. While im sure everyone will say get sintered wheels they are ultra expensive and you can get running with the kingsley brand wheels for a lot less upfront. They won't last as long but most people can't drop that kind of $.
In regards to the original question I would replace them, no questions asked. It's kinda like this: if you don't they will fly apart. If you do then they were ok in the first place. Don't ask me why it just works that way lol.
From Rdnoble - October 09, 2012 at 23:38:01