Have a read of this thread:http://forums.roadbikereview.com/wheels ... ost4241394
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To be honest, I read this thread a while ago but did not quite understand it. I have sense re-read the thread and have goggled the parts I was confused by - still somewhat confused. But the gist is that the wheel with T11 should be okay if built with a wider, stiffer, stronger rim, with higher spoke counts are used, and/or by professional custom builders.
Once again, thank you.
The salient point is that, given a set rim and spokes, the further is the DS flange from the centerline of the hub, the more laterally stiff a rear wheel can be made. There are ways to ameliorate the effects of a hub that has a low DS CTFlange dimension, but if you don't have to do so, why bother?
Sure the T11 built with a wide and stiff rim, with lots of strong spokes, could be laterally stiff, though an Alchemy hub would be stiffer. The question for you, and your wheelbuilder, is whether the T11 will be stiff enough for you.