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Recommendation's for 28h or 32h hub that will accept areo bladed spokes.

Old 04-21-15, 04:37 PM
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Recommendation's for 28h or 32h hub that will accept areo bladed spokes.

Can't find any hubs in these dimensions that will fit an areo bladed spoke, I don't want to slot a hub but I can if there are no other options. But I would rather have a hub that is already preslotted to accept areo bladed spokes.
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I forgot to mention I need a front hub not a rear one.
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Nooooooo! Don't do it!
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I had a ton of trouble finding a slotted hub when building my last wheel set, so I just used a dremel to lengthen the holes myself. I slotted the holes all downwards towards the center of the hub, I can't remember if I read that's how it was manually done back in the day or if that way just seemed best. No issues with the wheels so far a year later. And as they say around this forum, always do what stryper does!


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Originally Posted by stryper
I had a ton of trouble finding a slotted hub when building my last wheel set, so I just used a dremel to lengthen the holes myself. I slotted the holes all downwards towards the center of the hub, I can't remember if I read that's how it was manually done back in the day or if that way just seemed best. No issues with the wheels so far a year later. And as they say around this forum, always do what stryper does!


Yeah I've done this in the past, I built a jig and drilled each hole with a dremel toward the center of the hub.

But I would rather not do that if I have the option. It's a lot of work to build the jig and slot each hole. Not to mention the risk of damaging the hub. But again if I have to I will get some formula hubs and do that.
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I was going to ask if that doesn't look weird. Stryper confirmed: it looks weird.
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Originally Posted by prooftheory
I was going to ask if that doesn't look weird. Stryper confirmed: it looks weird.
What part looks weird? That pic is before tensioning the spokes so they're bendy. Or do you mean in general 36 bladed spokes 3x on a heavy box section rim looks weird? Here it kinda is with tire and rack and fenders

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I just think having all those blades together looks a little odd. I'm not knocking it. My eyes are just used to seeing those things with a lower spoke count.
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Oh true true. It is totally ridiculous. I got the spokes for $.75 each and just really wanted to do it for no good reason. Totally makes my commuter with a front basket and 33's way faster though
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just get cxrays, they fit in regular holes

or a set of mavics
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Originally Posted by Mumonkan
just get cxrays, they fit in regular holes

or a set of mavics
Not exactly what I'm looking for but I will look into it.
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Or these. Made in USA !

https://www.universalcycles.com/shop...s.php?id=58592
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Originally Posted by TejanoTrackie
Or these. Made in USA!
pretty sure components are made in asia.
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Originally Posted by Soil_Sampler
pretty sure components are made in asia.
Read this >>> COMPANY
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Originally Posted by TejanoTrackie
Read this >>> COMPANY
Why do they have a Taiwan office then? It never explicitly says the facilities they own are in the US.
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Originally Posted by Hothead286
Why do they have a Taiwan office then? It never explicitly says the facilities they own are in the US.
Good point. They used to be made in the USA, but maybe not anymore.
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Euro-Asia Imports cogs are made in the USA.

Life is crazy.
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Good point. They used to be made in the USA, but maybe not anymore.
Probably been a long time since they had USA produced components.

My track hubs I purchased in 2003 have made in Taiwan on the boxes.
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Also, use Hoshi bladed spokes. Problem solved.
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Originally Posted by Scrodzilla
Also, use Hoshi bladed spokes. Problem solved.
derailment:

whats the deal with these? never heard of them before so i looked them up and they have a weird hooked end instead of the standard nub end (idunno why i cant think of the right word right now)

they still fit in regular holes?
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Hoshi

The kind on the Euro-Asia site are for non-slotted hubs.

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I'm referring to these:



Originally Posted by Mumonkan
they still fit in regular holes?
Yup!


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Wow ! That is so neat. No need to run the whole spoke through the hole, just hook it in at the hub. Must make lacing so much easier too. For sure I'm gonna get me some of those suckas for my next wheel build.
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oh **** i get it, thats dope!

i think i need those for the wheels im gonna build for the trek

can you get these magicsticks @Scrodzilla?

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Of course I can!
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