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 Post subject: Spada front hub
PostPosted: Tue Dec 30, 2003 8:05 pm 
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Anybody used them?
Is it true that 28 straight pull spokes give a stronger wheel than 36 J-bend spokes?


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My Spada frontwheel is stiff enough.(75kg) But i only tested it 50km.-too much salt on the roads :( .
Spadas front hub is only 24hole.Very smooth bearings. When you hold the wheel in your hands and accelerate it, it runs and runs and runs :D But I dont know whether it is stronger than a 36spoked wheel.


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I mailed him and 28 hole exsist and I think I 'll order them and put a Zipp hub in the rear: sub 1300g alu wheels :P


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PostPosted: Tue Dec 30, 2003 9:20 pm 
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My Spada wheelset for clincher is 1320g :), when I change the rime to the AC 350(when the alex are down next year) its 1260g :D


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Which rim and spokes do you use?
Mine will be F: Spada, DT Aerolite (28), Ambrosio Crono
R: Zipp 202, DT Aerolite (28), Ambrosio Crono


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PostPosted: Tue Dec 30, 2003 9:39 pm 
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The rime are Alex, the rear one is asymetric and stronger 28dt rev. Left side straight,right 1x crossed, all
straightpull spokes.
front is 24 dt rev straight

look at alexrims.com , products road pro: the EST 13 front and the EST14 rear


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