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    trouble with sram x9 disc hubs

    hello guys!
    well.. i had bougth a sram x9 disc hubs http://www.sram.com/sram/mountain/pr...x110-front-hub
    this ones! with two different sizes... so.. I have a problem with the spokes.. cos' i bougth a 265 ones.. but.. are to short in the small side, and too long in the big side..
    i try with diferent kinds of ensambling.. but.. without any result...
    somebody of you have this ones, and know what i need to do?

    thanks! and greets!

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    if you can, get new spokes, period.

    if you can't, try different cross patterns on each side. very unconventional, but might work fine. also, that would put more crosses on disc brake side, which is the side that takes more stress from disc brake, so that is good. what were you trying before? 3 cross, 32 hole? if so, then try 2cross on small flange, 4cross on big flange.

    if that is what you already tried, AND you can't get new spokes... have any old wheels with low miles and plenty spokes?

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    Quote Originally Posted by c_dinsmore
    if you can, get new spokes, period.

    if you can't, try different cross patterns on each side. very unconventional, but might work fine. also, that would put more crosses on disc brake side, which is the side that takes more stress from disc brake, so that is good. what were you trying before? 3 cross, 32 hole? if so, then try 2cross on small flange, 4cross on big flange.

    if that is what you already tried, AND you can't get new spokes... have any old wheels with low miles and plenty spokes?

    Hi
    thank you, I had tried all many combinations as I can, and no one get a good match...
    but well.. this have like 2 weeks ago, I send it to a good mechanic and put 263 spokes, with 3 cross, en each side and... that works perfect
    I only spendt 35 usd in new spokes and ensambling job, now I have a horrible trouble to get my juicy 3 brakes bleed..... they are very anoying to bleed... lets see what happen...
    thanks for the answer anyway
    greets from Mexico

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    pues todo bien. será mejor que tenga 3cross. las fuerzas de un freno de disco requiere un ángulo bien agulo. fíjate que los rayos tienen mucha tensión y ya no más.

    con ese de los juicys... ja, falta de eso que yo odio a los hydraulics. tengo shimano lx y adelante de conseguir esos.. me queda con avid bb7s.

    en cual parte de mexico vives? es primera vez que he podido practicar mi castellano hablando de bicis!

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    Quote Originally Posted by c_dinsmore
    pues todo bien. será mejor que tenga 3cross. las fuerzas de un freno de disco requiere un ángulo bien agulo. fíjate que los rayos tienen mucha tensión y ya no más.

    con ese de los juicys... ja, falta de eso que yo odio a los hydraulics. tengo shimano lx y adelante de conseguir esos.. me queda con avid bb7s.

    en cual parte de mexico vives? es primera vez que he podido practicar mi castellano hablando de bicis!
    jaja lo hablas bastante bien, ahora práctica leyéndolo son 3 cruces por lado todos están igual, y tienen mucha tensión pintan bien. Tengo casi 2 meses armando mi bici y hoy debo acabarla, pero tuve que cortar la manguera trasera y no se como llenarla ahora... Sí, son muy complicados... Pero me los dieron nuevos y baratos y quedaron con mi presupuesto, sólo 105 usd. Vivo en la capital méxico city, and u? How bad my english is?

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    vivo yo en pittsburgh, noreste de estados. tu ingles - me di cuenta de que eres extranjero, pero se entiende todo perfectamente. y di mi... si, cupable... siempre mas facial hablar que entender. ja.

    disfruta el nuevo "whip".

    pregunta: tu buje x9, tiene ala alta y ala peq?

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    Quote Originally Posted by c_dinsmore
    vivo yo en pittsburgh, noreste de estados. tu ingles - me di cuenta de que eres extranjero, pero se entiende todo perfectamente. y di mi... si, cupable... siempre mas facial hablar que entender. ja.

    disfruta el nuevo "whip".

    pregunta: tu buje x9, tiene ala alta y ala peq?
    haha, yes I have a lot of errors, but... If its understendable, isnt bad at all, I have a lot of fríends in US. So I practice a little. I HAD FINNISHED MY BIKE! It feels very good! And think that doesnt look bad jeje. Yes my hubs are asímetric (? Así se dice?) but with same síze spokes aré ok

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    pues.. pictures? let's see the final build!

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    SRRY buddy! I Had no photos before, I take some pics today, but.. I need to cut it, to make it smaller, for can post it here, can you share me your email and I'll send it there
    Greets

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