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Old 11-23-21, 02:50 PM
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speedy25
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Ooops! I forgot where the broke- It was on the hub end. I'll do an edit.

Scott- Not double butted. Tensioned like I always do, and I do give those crossings a squeeze.

I have had similar experience like Brooklyn where a loosely spoked wheel broke some spokes. I retensioned after replacement of 2. So far customer is happy.

In the past I have pondered people destroying freshly spoked wheels and wondered if they were too tight or too loose, but since it didnt happen to me until now I had no real data.

-SP
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