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I've never given my girl flowers.... Except for the surfboard with frangipanni's on it. When i recently built her up a light'n'sexy single speed for running about town ...
36 spoke hubhole spaceing (measured between hole centres accross the hub.) = 38.4mmhub width: 68.4mm314mm spokes608mm diameter rims.
Take a look at all the online spoke calculators. Largely ignore them. Basically just take a set of spokes way too long to build for the equipment you ...
lace all spokes loosely on one side of the wheel. I'd suggest looking at sheldon brown's wheel lacing guides as an excellent guide. http://www.sheldonbrown.com/wheelbuild.html
put in half the spokes only in alternate holes. loosely tighten them in with the nipples.
you should be able to wrestle the spokes into place. the first half are easy, then they get increasingly hard. try and lace them opposite each-other ie for ...
This is also a tough bit. Trueing these wheels isn't anything like trueing normal wheels. tightening a spoke somewhere has untold effects elsewhere on your wheel... the secret ...
Unlike a normal wheel, these will take a while to settle in. You'll need to ride a few times and re-true after each ride. The first ride in ...
36 spoke wheel. 62.4mm hole diameter. 66.8mm wide hub. 266mm long spokes. 540mm diameter rim.
36 spoke wheel. hole spacing accross hub: 61mm hub width: 74mm 304mm spoke length 608mm rim diameter.
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