/ recommendations for 2nd set of nuts...
Offsets come in 7-11. I doubt you'd need the brass offsets below about e2, but ymmv. I'd invest in a few more cams or torque nuts.
Another set of Rocks. Wallnuts are the work of the devil.
I'd just get the set of wallnuts. I think the offsets are a bit pricey and you don't get so much for your money. Plus I find they can be a bit more difficult to remove.
I don't understand why everyone loves the DMM offsets to much. They're great where they go in, but I find way less placements for them than standard nuts. I'd go with some more wallnuts. I wouldn't buy a whole set though, I don't bother with doubles about a 7 and I've never missed them. I do, however have 3 or more size 3 and 4 nuts.
I'd get a set of wallnuts, as Rocks are rubbish. :P
Equally you wouldn't amiss with DMM Wallnuts in sizes 1-6 or 1-8. As previously mentioned, there is generally no need for doubles above size 8.
Any mixture of Rocks, Wallnuts or Alloy Offsets would suit you fine.
Personally I might get Rocks 1-4, Alloy Offets 8 & 9 (these are equivalent of Rock 5 and 6) and Wallnuts 7 & 8.
The reason for getting the Wallnuts in the larger sizes is they are wider and therefore more stable in placements than Rocks.
I would avoid buying, BD Stoppers, Metoluis, Zero G or indeed any other wires, because whilst they work adequately, they aren't nearly as good, or as strong, as those mentioned above.
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