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Sort order. Jan 22, Rich rated it it was amazing. Excellent book. Lays out in simple terms a complex procedure I love my new wheels! Sep 29, Josh rated it liked it. Could separate theory, concepts, and physics from the procedure. Unsure why sometimes a single or two options were presented.

Are there not more ways to conceptualize these ideas? Are there not more materials? Possibly, wheels building is well standardized.

Dec 17, Jim rated it it was amazing Shelves: how-to. Great how to guide! This is how I learned to build wheels. Schraner has a real simple lacing pattern and a very efficient process for building wheels. When I worked at a bike shop, this book was passed around, and we all used his lacing method.

Plus he drops this pearl of wisdom about the youth today rolling their spokes, "It's better to have them rolling spokes than rolling joints" Word. View 1 comment. Oct 12, Richard Hakes added it.

For a reference book a surprisingly good read. So for me now the only way forward to to build my own. Mar 20, Preston rated it really liked it Shelves: books-i-own.

Very good. Nov 11, Shayne rated it liked it Shelves: real-book. Short and to the point; would consult again before seriously contemplating building my own wheel. Aug 09, Martin rated it really liked it. Andrew Edward Beattie rated it it was amazing Mar 10, Bill Shelton rated it it was amazing Jan 01, Paul rated it liked it Jan 12, Matthew Paredes rated it really liked it Sep 03, Eric X Johnson rated it it was amazing May 28, Dan rated it really liked it Jul 06, Lee rated it it was amazing May 22, Ben rated it it was amazing Apr 14, Ramon Lugo rated it it was amazing Apr 21, P rated it it was amazing Jan 02, Derek rated it liked it Jul 23, Simon Barnes rated it it was amazing May 29, Emmanuel Crollen rated it it was ok Nov 14, Antonios rated it really liked it Dec 14, Michael Nowicki rated it it was amazing Jun 20, XWolf rated it liked it Mar 05, Stephen C.

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The Art Of Wheelbuilding: A Bench Reference For Neophytes, Pros & Wheelaholics

Wheelbuilding is the process of assembling wire wheels generally a bicycle wheel , but including wheelchairs , and some cars. The components of a wire wheel are the rim , spokes , nipples , and hub. The wheel also needs to be properly dished if applicable the left and right sides of the rear wheel differ, the drive-side spokes requiring higher tension. Spokes should have no residual twist windup from tightening the nipples.


The Art of Wheelbuilding



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