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    Mitcholo CrimsonKarter21's Avatar
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    Dura-Ace/Aerohead

    Is anyone running on Dura-Ace high flange hubs with Velocity Aerohead rims? What spoke length are you using? Can't find the flange diameter on DA hubs, and I just ordered the hubs and Velocity Escape rims (same thing as Aeroheads)

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    look at the shimano track hubs, you should get the right numbers. i used that to build my hb7600 to open pro and the lengths were fine. it was 288mm for 3 cross.
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    Mitcholo CrimsonKarter21's Avatar
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    Thanks a lot, The numbers seem a little high, but I hope they're for the hi-flange. I won't have the stuff in hand until next frieday when I come back from Track Nationals, a full build kit is coming in. Super stoked about this bad-boy.

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    is your sig missing an R?

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    Quote Originally Posted by piwonka
    look at the shimano track hubs, you should get the right numbers. i used that to build my hb7600 to open pro and the lengths were fine. it was 288mm for 3 cross.
    http://www.geocities.com/d_halem/wheel/wheel.html
    Okay, thanks a lot. It seems a little high, I'm hoping that those numbers are for high flange. I won't have the hubs until next Friday when I come home from Track Nationals, I'm super stoked to be building a track bike finally.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CrimsonKarter21
    when I come home from Track Nationals, I'm super stoked to be building a track bike finally.
    well ****, I hope you aren't racing
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    I had low-flange dura-ace hubs laced to aeroheads, until my bike got ******** JACKED.
    They were sexy.

    No useful info, I'm afraid.

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    the escape rims are the same as the deep V! not the same as the aeroheads! escapes are much bigger!

    EDIT: i am wrong.

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