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Old 09-19-20, 10:14 PM
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Spokes for a kasai hub

Can any one tell me the specs on a the Kasai fs qr dynamo hub? Quick release 36 h for rim brakes. 100mm old. I'm replacing a shiminano alfine dynamo and would like to reuse my spokes if there the correct length. I have tried a dozen spoke calculators but none have the kasai in there database. I have searched the web but comeing up empty handed. I found the specs for a disc brake model though.
Rim is 622 dt swiss tk540 36 h. Erd 600. Lacing pattern 3 cross spokes dt swiss double butted with brass nipples.
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Old 09-20-20, 05:15 AM
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Is the hub flange diameter & distance between the two flanges on your new hub the same as your old hub? If yes then you should be good (if you're okay with using old spokes), and vice versa if the dimensions don't match.
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Old 09-20-20, 05:26 AM
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I guess I should of added I orderd the Kasai hub and do not have it yet. I was hoping to have the spokes on hand when it arrives. The spokes arent really old I built that wheel a few months ago. It only has about 300 hundred miles on it.
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Old 09-20-20, 05:36 AM
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Originally Posted by Thruhiker View Post
The spokes arent really old I built that wheel a few months ago. It only has about 300 hundred miles on it.
Oh well then I'd imagine they're pretty safe then.
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Have you tried calling or emailing the manufacturer?
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No sir. Not yet I will do that on monday.
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