Its fine now I rebuilt the whole wheel from scratch,I took off all the spokes,relaced with brand new spokes,stress relieved the wheel,and its fine.
I found out that despite I never built a wheel before I was very successful at it.its fine now,and pretty straight too,got a tiny hump,but better than buying a new wheel.
The bicycle dealer told me the bike was made her in the USA and that it would support my weight(it did for 1000 miles and still does after my rebuild),I think he lied,I do not think I will buy another bike from that dealer again.I know that bike was made in china.
Despite I never rebuilt a wheel before it was pretty simple.as long as the rim was fairly straight,I laced each spoke and threaded it in the nipple until all the threads were not showing,then after that was done I put it on the bike(no truing stand) and turned each nipple with a screwdriver starting at the valve one full turn at a time checked for tightness and waalaa done(it only took two full turns(no dishing this is a single speed).I couldnt believe that I actually done it and its holding.
As for my weight as a factor,it might have played a factor,but it started after I had put 1000 or more miles on it?if it was my weight why didnt it start sooner,like after maybe 30 miles?
Last edited by mark9950; 01-27-08 at 08:26 AM.