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Old 03-03-06, 12:06 AM   #1
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I am having some trouble finding a spoke calculator that has the data for my rim/hub combo. I am building a wheelset using formula 32H hubs to Sun Assault 700C rims. can anyone help me out with this? I know alot of people have experience with formula hubs, maybe you can at least give me the measurements form one?(flange hole circle diameter and flange spacing) ALso, does anyone have experience with these Assault rims?
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http://unicycle.uk.com/SpokeCalc.asp#ERD
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I appreciate the link, but I actually know HOW to take the measurements... I just wanted to order my spokes along with the hubs and rims.. therefore, I dont have the items in hand. I was hoping that someone knew where I could find these values, or for the off chance that someone built this same combo and knew the spoke length.
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Hey, unless you *really* want to build up wheels of your own, I would just recommend getting Nashbar's CXP 22 track wheelset (formula hubs) for $135 ($150-10% off coupon). That's what I would have done, but they were out of stock when I was buyin stuff...
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hub measurements....
High Flange
Track Hubs

Front
Width from center to flange 34.5 mm
Flange diameter 62.0 mm
Rear
Width from center to flange 31.0 mm
Flange diameter 62.0 mm
Chain Line 42mm
Weight Front: 271 g, Rear 324 g

you're on your own for the ERD of those rims.
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Old 03-03-06, 12:44 AM   #6
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fine, it seems the ERD of the assaults is 603mm
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Wow Bax... how did you get all that so quickly?! (unless you had those lying around)
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the mighty power of google?
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or the vast, cavernous space that is my ass.
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Bah... I tried! I swear!(for the rims at least)
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second google hit for "sun assault ERD" and it's also right on the road rim list at sun's website.
the hub specs are on IRO's site.

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You made me feel like an idiot, but thanks for doing so.
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