I rarely comment here, but Eric's post (Eric's one of my first customers - hi Eric, glad you're okay!) warranted a quick reply. We do not recommend - and will not warranty - hubs laced 1x on the DS. After Eric's initial success with this lacing pattern, I recommended it to one or two customers. But over the past three years we've seen just three rear flange failures (and only one front flange failure). Every one was laced 1x on the DS. Just don't do it!
That said, 8000+ miles on a hub laced like this - and probably not ridden softly (sorry, Eric!) - that's not too shabby!
That is all.
I've posted before about building wheels 1x heads in on the DS to increase bracing angle. I think I am done with that experiment:
This happened today during a double century, causing a DNF. There's 6 more cracks around the flange. I used this wheel last year and this year as the training set for my main bike. It probably had roughly 8000-10000 miles on it. I'm going back to 3x DS and 2x NDS (3x since these are 28h).
I'd rather break an NDS spoke periodically as its possible to ride with that (with some field truing, for which I carry a tiny emergency spoke wrench).
Hub is a BHS SL211.