My chain jumped off the largest cog in my cassette and fell between the cassette and spokes. It chewed up 6 spokes. I would like to just replace those six spokes. The LBS warned me if I removed all 6 spokes at once, it might throw the wheel out of whack and I'd pretty much have to start over. Or it might screw up the rim. Also, they said it'd be best to loosen all the spokes, but then I'd have to start over. Rather than go through all that effort, is it feasible to replace one spoke at a time, tighten up that individual spoke, and then true it back to form? See any other problems with my plan? Even with the spokes chewed up, the wheel is pretty true.
I have a 2001 Rolf Vector wheel with traditional spokes.