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    Easton haven spokes replacement

    Where can I buy easton haven spokes?How is its length?
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    go to your LBS or call Easton @ (877)-835-6629
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    Quote Originally Posted by meltingfeather View Post
    go to your LBS or call Easton @ (877)-835-6629
    Is that the wheel specific number? They handle all of the wheel stuff out of the old velomax building still and they have their own number.

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    Quote Originally Posted by customfab View Post
    Is that the wheel specific number? They handle all of the wheel stuff out of the old velomax building still and they have their own number.
    yep.
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    BTW make sure you understand how to replace the spokes. If it is the drive side the entire wheel has to be de-tensioned.

    Also interested in whether you have the AL or Carbon version. I just broke a spoke today and was shocked since I have only had them for 5 months. Prior to running these wheels I ran Mavic 317's for 8 years without an issues.
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    I was also surprised to break my first spoke on Haven Carbon 29ers within 4 months - I think it was a stick that did it in a race - and then another a month later. Both non-drive side so easier to replace than if they had been on drive side as according to Easton website would have had to de-tension every single spoke. A mate of mine with Haven 29er in alloy also broke a spoke last weekend (bike is about 11 months old). So my advice is if you have to buy a spoke, buy a few. I sent Easton an email about my spokes and then offered to send spares free of charge to Australia - great backup/service - but it was pretty cheap and much quicker to just order in spokes to my local bike shop. All up I am still delighted with my Haven Carbons and would happily buy again.

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