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Originally Posted by FBinNY View Post
Actually most skilled and experienced builders do understand the basics. Knowing them doesn't help with the build, but is critical to choosing and matching the components for a better wheel.

As a rule, I avoid the hang vs stand argument the same way I avoid chain lube debates, but sometimes feel the desire to step in and clear the air on public forums, where people are pushed to choose sides between two equally untrue choices.
The basics, sure. I always get in trouble when I oversimplify what's on my mind.
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