Use DT Revolutions all around for the AC lightweight hub. 2 cross lacing works well but you can go to 1 cross or even RADIAL on the drive side since the flange is solid. If you go radial on the drive side, all spokes will be heads in, further balancing tension.
The downside of radial spoking is the spoke elbows with slightly rotate in the holes and this could lead to fretting of the hubs. You need to keep the flanges clean, lubricating with dry moly lubricant. This lube is available in spray form from industrial suppliers. It is non-greasy when dry. Shake it well and spray a small amount in a cup. Apply a tiny drop to each spoke head, filling the hole to keep dirt out and lubricate. ALthough moly disulfide looks like graphite, it is non-condctive where graphite leads to seroius corrosion. Never use graphite on aluminum!
Moly is also great on aluminum nipples when used with eyeletless rims. Spokefreeze on the threads, though.
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