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PostPosted: Fri Oct 04, 2013 10:18 am 
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A 1996/7 chorus hubs has a steel axle but all the radial NDS hubs they used were low spoke count I think. No 32H campag hub had the NDS laced radially. There is less metal between the holes on a 32H hub which may not may not cause an issue down the line.

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PostPosted: Mon Oct 07, 2013 11:32 pm 
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Hi bm0p700f, Just to clarify, my 96/97 Chorus were handbuilt, the rear in 3x DS and radial NDS.

My question was is it advisable to have the NDS radially laced skipping holes for a 16DS:8NDS 2:1 build on a current Record 32 rear hub?

If it is not advisable to have radial NDS on a current Record hub, why not just cross them (still using only 8 of the 16 holes)? Would that in fact make a better wheel?

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PostPosted: Tue Oct 08, 2013 10:55 pm 
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Doing radial on a 32H hub is not that advisable whether it will be an issue is another matter and one i cannot answer. If crossed lacing is used on the NDS, it will have to be 1x as 2x is not possible. 1x is barely any better than radial for the hub flange. I would take the risk with this sort of lacing pattern with a much cheaper hub like a Miche Racing box or Primato. the hub flanges are quite thick so presumably will handle the stress better also if the flange crack the hub is cheap to replace.

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