Sorry to hear the timing is terrible.
When I bought my GSA, the first mod I did was order a set of Super-lace wheels from Woody's Wheelworks. I was just hedging my bet as alot of the offroad places I ride can be very rocky and I wanted to be sure I had a very solid set of wheels. The stock wheels I checked the spokes like one of the Techs at Woody's showed me. Using a tool like a wrench (a tuning fork in the key of ... I can't remember what is ideal), but you tap each spoke and listen to it. If it's a dull thud, it needs to be tightened. If it's a ping it's okay. When I did this there were a couple spokes that did a dull thud which meant it needed adjustment. The ping from the rest of the spokes varied a little bit... While the stock set isn't too bad, I'm going to take it into Woody's and have them true it all up. BTW, they did say they actually do a couple things to help make sure the spokes don't come loose and are well seated on the stock wheels.
I know this doesn't help solve your problem but maybe in the future you can check you spokes with the "ping" test periodically
Last edited by Advart; 12-Nov-2018 at 05:01 PM (959).