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I was thinking about throwing a wheel on the truing stand pre-disassembly.

But, if the old wheel was missing a spoke, then it is a bit of work to replace the spoke, true, then unbuild and rebuild, but perhaps worth it, especially if you've already trued that wheel a few times.

I don't think I've ever unbuilt a wheel only to rebuild it. I often get loose parts, but I'm getting better with pre-inspection of those too.

Put Knobbies on the MTB wheel...
You'll never feel a thing.

I still think that 1mm is pretty close to the MTB tolerance.
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