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Old 06-22-19, 08:56 PM
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nlerner
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I also use spocalc. I do also have a Raleigh spare parts catalog from the 1950s, I think, and it list spoke lengths for various rim and hub setups. For a rear wheel with an S-A hub and a Raleigh Patent 26 1 3/8” rim laced 4 cross, spoke length is 11 3/32”. For a “standard” front hub with that rim, spoke length listed is 11 7/32”. It doesn’t list the drilling for these rims, but I assume it’s standard 40-hole rear/32-hole front.
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