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Old 07-25-13, 06:30 PM   #1
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40 spokes enough for 450lb team? Handspun HF08/Velocity Dyad?

I want to upgrade my Burley that I bought to use a casette hub and I was looking at my options on a hub that would accommodate the drum brake. I found the Handspun Pavement Series 9 at TreeFortBikes for $270 and was about to pull the trigger but then I hesitated. Are 40 spokes enough for my team?

http://www.treefortbikes.com/product...Fevm7AodolUAVA

I know the Dyad has a reputation of being a pretty tough rim, but still. Should I get a rim with 48 spokes, or with a heavier wheel like a Rhyno Light or Velocity Chukker, or both? We will only be riding on smooth roads with high volume tires, which probably mitigates the need for bombproof gear.

Am I overthinking this?
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I'd go with the Chukker. IME rim depth is very important if strength and durability is what's desired. Spoke number not so much. That said, that's a heckuva good price. Threaded hubs are getting harder to find - might have something to do with that price. AFAIK the only other threaded hub option is the expensive Phil Wood. You could run that wheel for a long time, eventually put on a Chukker if you get spokes breaking. Just my $.02.
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I'm going 40/48 with the Rhyno Lite, the Chukker is 2x as much. I guess we'll see how it works out. I ordered the rims and hubs online and will have a trusted LBS build them up. FWIW I decided to try the WheelMaster hubs and not use the drum brake for the initial learning phase. I will probably get another wheelset later anyway, I always like to have more than one. Ordered the rims from Amazon for $63 and the hubs from Green Canyon Outfitters for $76. Looking at spoke options prefer 2.3/2.0 butted in the back and 2.0/1.8 butted in the front maybe $1 per spoke hopefully? Wheelbuild probably $40 per.

Also ordered an HG-61 12-36, an M-592 long cage, a KMC X9 and some...wait for it...brifters! It was a big evening! Now I need to look at some chainrings.
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As an FYI as you've already pulled the trigger, we rode 40 hole when we were a 450# team with pretty good results after so initial issues. We had purchased the bike used and early on had broken a couple of spokes so rebuilt the 40 hole wheels with Dyads and they were no problem. We are a little lighter now and riding Deep V's, 36 front 40 rear. I've kept the Dyads and have a drag brake set-up with them which we have available for more extreme rides. Where we live we have some long down hills but haven't needed the drag brake for our typical one-mile or less downhills. With some of the talk of wider being better I have thought about finding someone to sell or trade our Deep V's and build-up a 36/40 set of Dyad's that would then match the wheel sets so we could switch them around easier. Maybe run 32c on the pair with the drag brake and the current 28c on the other.
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With some of the talk of wider being better I have thought about finding someone to sell or trade our Deep V's and build-up a 36/40 set of Dyad's that would then match the wheel sets so we could switch them around easier. Maybe run 32c on the pair with the drag brake and the current 28c on the other.
Just as an FYI I have DeepV's on the back of my Rivendell and my Paul Taylor and have run 30mm Grand Bois on the Rivendell and 28mm Gatorskins on the Paul Taylor, it seems fine to me. I would have tried even bigger tires but that was all the space I had under my brake bridge. I weigh around 270 all by myself and my single bikes are heavy so it's not an unsubstantial load. So I wouldn't automatically assume that you would have to switch out your DeepV's to run say 32s, you might think the bike handles fine even with larger tires on racer-ish rims.
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Just as an FYI I have DeepV's on the back of my Rivendell and my Paul Taylor and have run 30mm Grand Bois on the Rivendell and 28mm Gatorskins on the Paul Taylor, it seems fine to me. I would have tried even bigger tires but that was all the space I had under my brake bridge. I weigh around 270 all by myself and my single bikes are heavy so it's not an unsubstantial load. So I wouldn't automatically assume that you would have to switch out your DeepV's to run say 32s, you might think the bike handles fine even with larger tires on racer-ish rims.
I was more thinking about conformity with have both our everyday wheel set and our heavy-er duty wheels using the same rim for easy in switching back and forth and I don't think I experience a significant difference between the Deep V and Dyad though I could be wrong. I have the drag brake set-up with a quick disconnect and so it would be pretty sweet to just flip a QR and change out without having to adjust the brakes.
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We're a 500+ lbs team, and run 40/40 Dyad rims, Wheelsmith SS14 spokes and Wheelmaster hubs with Kenda Kwest 35x622 tires.
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Suggest 40 spokes rear and 36 spokes front.
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We're a 500+ lbs team, and run 40/40 Dyad rims, Wheelsmith SS14 spokes and Wheelmaster hubs with Kenda Kwest 35x622 tires.
No double butted spokes? Interesting. Was that done for cost savings? A quick glace on Google Shopping showed the SS14 are available for as little as $19 for a box of 50. The DH13 2.0/2.3 I have not found for less than $1.30 per spoke(!). The DH14 2.0/1.8/2.0 I have found for $32.05 for a pack of 50.
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No double butted spokes? Interesting. Was that done for cost savings? A quick glace on Google Shopping showed the SS14 are available for as little as $19 for a box of 50. The DH13 2.0/2.3 I have not found for less than $1.30 per spoke(!). The DH14 2.0/1.8/2.0 I have found for $32.05 for a pack of 50.
Cost and availability.

I have built wheels in the past with DH13 spokes, and they seem a bit overkill.....

For a heavy team, IMHO, the ultimate rear wheel is DH13 on the right side, and DB14 on the left side - assuming normal offset on the hub. For the front; DB14 on both sides - with the same spoke count front and rear. If you have a disc brake on front, change to DH13 on the brake side.
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well it looks like the wheel master hubs were not available...back to the drawing board...


1 of WHEEL MASTER HUB RR ALY SF QR 48x135 9sCAS TDM SLD BK [ASIN: B00B136X7O]
1 of WHEEL MASTER HUB FT ALY SF QR 40H TDM SLD BK [ASIN: B006I9SUHW]

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I wonder how much longer 48 spoke rims will be available. Velocity is the only rim manufacture, that I know of, who still makes the 48 spokes. Twenty years ago 48 spokes was the standard but they are not seem much today.

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well it looks like the wheel master hubs were not available...back to the drawing board...


1 of WHEEL MASTER HUB RR ALY SF QR 48x135 9sCAS TDM SLD BK [ASIN: B00B136X7O]
1 of WHEEL MASTER HUB FT ALY SF QR 40H TDM SLD BK [ASIN: B006I9SUHW]
I got mine from Niagara; 40/40.
http://www.amazon.com/Wheel-Master-A...2&keywords=40h
http://www.amazon.com/Wheel-Master-F...8&keywords=40h

I figure 40/40 makes sense because my stoker wife is considerably lighter than I. I also got the Dyad rims from Niagara. I try to bundle things to save on total shipping.
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I wonder how much longer 48 spoke rims will be available. Velocity is the only rim manufacture, that I know of, who still makes the 48 spokes. Twenty years ago 48 spokes was the standard but they are not seem much today.

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And before that, the Taylor brothers (Jack Taylor Cycles) were custom drilling rims to 48 spokes because no company would make them for them. The Taylors got their hubs from Phil Wood, who would make almost anything ordered.
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Once the rear axle is wide enough the hub flanges are equidistant off the center line ..

That Dish Reduction, helps wheel stability.. though the base is still narrow between the flanges..

Recently Rohloff introduced a 36 hole hubshell for tandems and other heavy users, Widely spaced, large flanges.


Seen 48 hole drilling adding 16 more to the 32 hole hubshell , but its for a crowsfoot pattern ,, groups of 3_ 2 , 2X 1Radial
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I decided to get Shimano HF08 hubs, found some reasonably priced options on fleabay. $120 shipped for the rear, $71 shipped for the front. The goofy part is that what was available was 40 rear, 48 front. I had already ordered 40 and 48 rims, guess they'll go on opposite ends of the bike than what I anticipated! Oh the lengths I go to in order to save a buck or two...

Planning on triple butted 2.3/1.8/2.0 in the back and double 2.0/1.8/2.0 in the front.
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Okay, so I know that this is a little late, but I thought that I would share my experience. We are a 400# team who does touring, so add another 100# for bike and stuff. We have 36/36 velocity dyad rims (which are great by the way). We have had zero problems in almost 2000 miles. You've heard it before, but it's best to think of your wheels as a system. Not only do the spokes need to have the proper tension, but the tires are also an important factor. Typically we run 32 mm tires, but we also have used 28 mm ones, both at 85 psi with no problem.

You're mileage may vary.
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The wheels are not built up yet, so you are definitely not too late.
Appreciate the comments, that gives me a lot more confidence on the 40 spoke rear that it will be fine. I am also planning on running 32mm tires on the new wheels. We rode on the 26mm tires the bike came with on our shakedown ride and it definitely felt like it was way too little tire. The factory rims are on the bike and they are pretty narrow so until the new wheelset is built I have some 28mm Gatorskins hanging on my wall that I will throw on there.

Unfortunately I am not going to try to ride the bike again until I get my fit issues taken care of, I re-aggravated a recent back injury when I rode last Sunday. I usually ride with my handlebars even with the seat, but last Sunday they were at least 6-8" below the seat, not to mention the handlebars were way too narrow for my shoulders.

Although now I feel better after heating pads, massage machines, stretching and yoga, I'm riding my single bikes this weekend most likely. I do have a longer seatpost, a Nitto Technomic (225mm) and a 48CM front handlebar on the way right now which should get my fit on the tandem right where I need it. Maybe if they come in today or tomorrow I can have it ready Saturday morning.
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well it looks like the wheel master hubs were not available...back to the drawing board...


1 of WHEEL MASTER HUB RR ALY SF QR 48x135 9sCAS TDM SLD BK [ASIN: B00B136X7O]
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Oh and on a side note, the front Wheelmaster hub showed up yesterday from Green Canyon Outfitters, after they said they had canceled my order, go figure. It was only like $27 so I think I'm just going to keep it. Although I do wonder if they even charged me for it. Or maybe they charged me for both. Guess I'll have to check it out.

I can say that Nfmisso is right, the bearings seem to be buttery smooth on this quite inexpensive hub. I'm impressed. Perhaps a 2nd wheelset is in order
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I want to upgrade my Burley that I bought to use a casette hub and I was looking at my options on a hub that would accommodate the drum brake. I found the Handspun Pavement Series 9 at TreeFortBikes for $270 and was about to pull the trigger but then I hesitated. Are 40 spokes enough for my team?
http://www.treefortbikes.com/product...Fevm7AodolUAVA
I know the Dyad has a reputation of being a pretty tough rim, but still. Should I get a rim with 48 spokes, or with a heavier wheel like a Rhyno Light or Velocity Chukker, or both? We will only be riding on smooth roads with high volume tires, which probably mitigates the need for bombproof gear.
Am I overthinking this?
OP; The Dyad is an excellent tandem rim. The Ryno Lite's are also very strong. The Ryno's had finish issues in past years, the last box of them I bought were excellent. I stacked a dozen up on the shop table, lined them up perfectly and couldn't find a single glimmer of light gettng between any of them and the stack was absolutely straight top to bottom. They are running $23 to $30 per in whatever drilling you want which is about half to a third of a Dyad rim.

Now the issue of how many spokes a tandem should have; This seems to be a religious issue in this forum for some reason. So expect answers from 16 to 48. From one view or the other, all of those are correct answers. My answer, from a more conservative (non-racing, non-gram counting, no carbon, no bamboo) mindset is 48 spokes, stainless, brass nipples, Wheelsmith brand, straight 14 gauge, Velox tape. I really don't like things that break!

The Shimano HF series of tandem hubs is about the most viable choice if running a rear drag brake (it needs the NDS threaded part). If want to spend more, then a pair of Phil Woods are cool and may in the end lasting longer. The Phil bolt-on hubs are awe inspiring... But its likely either brand will last long enough to pass on to the grand kids.

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And before that, the Taylor brothers (Jack Taylor Cycles) were custom drilling rims to 48 spokes because no company would make them for them. The Taylors got their hubs from Phil Wood, who would make almost anything ordered.
nfmisso; I suspect this mixes two different era's. The phil hubs were much later in the history of the Taylors. Much earlier they used a wide variety of tandem hubs including Campy large flange ones. They routinely drilled blank French MaxiCar drum brake hubs (one of the ultimate bits -- some have popped up on ebay of recent) to 48 holes and used/drilled many brands of blank/undrilled rims to whatever driling needed for the build at hand, but yes often 48h. They build very good wheels. If one sees their 48 hole wheels with wingnut Maxicars and 12g spokes... well, they look like motocycle wheels!

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