Old 05-09-21, 03:12 AM
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Originally Posted by tNuvolari View Post
And I can't even tell which side to tighten to move the hub one way. From what I've observed, it seems you tighten the opposite side from the direction you want the hub to move but I'm not even sure of that because the movement is barely noticeable.
The way I work it is that I consider the hub stationary, and I move the rim.
The side I want the rim to move to is the side that I tension.
While I find your reference frame awkward, it seems like it amounts to the same thing.
If you want the hub to go to the left, you tighten the right side spokes.
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