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Old 11-30-16, 07:51 PM
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DA 9000 rear hub: radial lacing NDS

I have a rear wheel built with a 28h 7900 hub 2x DS and radial NDS. It's great. I want to build an identical wheel with a 28h 9000 hub, same lacing. Anything I should know about this beforehand?
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Yes, have the same builder do the new one as it seems they did a acceptable job with wheel #1. Andy.
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Yes, have the same builder do the new one as it seems they did a acceptable job with wheel #1. Andy.
Not possible so, anyone have any experience building 9000 rear hubs, any type of lacing? Rims are Archetypes.
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Excepting the reduced spoke count, 28*, the build shouldn't be a challenge for any good builder. The hubs shouldn't add any specific issues. Now the rims do add some aspects. How stiff vertically are they? how well are he seams done? Are they eyeletted? Do they need specific nipples? Since I'm not the builder I won't do their homework. But once found I would listen to their suggestions. Andy.
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I did DA9000 32 x 3 ... j bend hubs a couple months ago. Some are straight pull.
Really nice bearings, axel, titanium freehub, quick release....!
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Originally Posted by Andrew R Stewart View Post
Excepting the reduced spoke count, 28*, the build shouldn't be a challenge for any good builder. The hubs shouldn't add any specific issues. Now the rims do add some aspects. How stiff vertically are they? how well are he seams done? Are they eyeletted? Do they need specific nipples? Since I'm not the builder I won't do their homework. But once found I would listen to their suggestions. Andy.
Thanks Andy. FYI rims do not have eyelets, spoke holes are angled and the seams are really smooth. Better than my Velocity rims IMO. Going with brass nipples and Sapim Laser spokes.
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I'd just include the standard recommendation that the NDS spokes be thinner (or more butted) compared to the DS spokes. Because of wheel dish.
But the build sounds fairly straightforward as long as you get the correct spoke length. Shouldn't have any issues with the rim or hub.
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