Over the years we have used two types of wheels of various
durometer ratings for input and moving materials around,
Banebot & AM compliant wheels, each to varying degrees of
success. Probably mostly due to us. We have never used the
VEX Straight Flex wheels before.
Banebot - Very sturdy, takes a beating, wear level is consistent with
the durometer rating. Hub makes them heavy. No native
hex hub requires an extra part an more weight.
VEX Straight Flex - Not as sturdy as the Banebot. Spokes tend to crack
and break over time. Wear seams a little high.
Lighter than Banebot and integrated hex shaft hub
is a plus.
AM Compliant - No experience.
What have you used for input and what are your experiences, we’d like to know?