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    VRC Spoke Length Calculator needed!

    So the rear rim on one of my Ibis' has finally died. It was/is a Mavic 217. Have no fear--I have a NOS Sun Sub IV. The hub is a TNT (not a titanium one--although I used to have one of those back in the day). I have not been able to find a website that lists both of those. Can anyone help? I will be doing 3 cross 32h.

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    VRC Spoke Length Calculator needed!

    Quote Originally Posted by OregonMTB View Post
    So the rear rim on one of my Ibis' has finally died. It was/is a Mavic 217. Have no fear--I have a NOS Sun Sub IV. The hub is a TNT (not a titanium one--although I used to have one of those back in the day). I have not been able to find a website that lists both of those. Can anyone help? I will be doing 3 cross 32h.
    Measure the hub and rim. The only sure way to get accurate spec.
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    If no spoke calculator is handy most LBS should be able to figure it out for you.

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    his one looks to have everything you need:

    Spocalc, by Damon Rinard. A free Excel spoke length calculator.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mikesee
    Better suited to non-aggressive 125# gals named Russell.

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    VRC Spoke Length Calculator needed!

    Quote Originally Posted by banks View Post
    And use your own data. You have the hub and rim. No excuses not to measure them yourself rather than trust somebody else's numbers that may or may not be correct.
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