Old 03-10-15, 09:13 AM
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If it were my wheel, I'd be tempted to slacken/detach a couple spokes where the rim "dips" inward, knock it outward slightly with a block of wood, and see if that helps the hop and tension imbalance. Probably better to play it safe with a customer's wheel though.
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