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Old 11-24-21, 06:59 PM
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csport
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My conjecture is that they have low tension. The tension is lower on the non-drive side for a dished wheel anyway. If it is too low that it can go to zero when hitting potholes, accelerating or braking the spoke will fatigue and break.

Are these leading or trailing spokes?
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