the specialized demo 8 has assymetrical chainstays and so it needs a zero dish rear wheel.
the deemax ultimate rear wheel needs dishing so that the spokes are equal length in both drive and non-drive side, in order to sit centered to the frame.
will there be a problem in the wheel strength and durability doing that?
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