I have a low flange Campy Record front hub of indeterminate age laced to a tubular rim. I can tell by looking at the wheel that this isn't the first lacing this hub has endured, the flange deformations from previous incarnations are clearly visible. The hub itself spins smoother than all get out, however. Would this be a good candidate for relacing to a clincher rim? Any reason I should be squeamish about it's past? Just to be clear, the spokes are running the opposite direction of the flange indentations.