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    Swap TN719 with Inferno 27 rim

    I have a set of TN719 (new build) and would like to swap the hub and spokes to a new Sun Ringle Inferno 27. I know the Inferno has an ERD of 601. The TN719 has an ERD of either 598 or 603 - Mavic TN719 ERD?
    Is it possible to do a straight swap with the hubs and spokes or not a good idea

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    It's going to be a stretch and really depends on how long your spokes are now.
    The confusion Mavic propagates with regard to wheel building dimensions will definitely and unfortunately play a role.
    I can tell you that the ERD of the Mavic TN719 is 603mm.
    pull off the rim tape and look at where the spokes currently end. if it is below the bottom of the slot, you should be fine for the switch.
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    Thanks, I noticed the spokes were below the bottom slot. I just laced it up and still need to true it. I think it's good to go assuming I don't run out of threading

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    Quote Originally Posted by bank5 View Post
    I noticed the spokes were below the bottom slot.
    That's not surprising, given Mavic's misleading wheelbuilding dimensions and lack of understanding of the spoke calculation or what ERD is.
    Last edited by meltingfeather; 04-27-2012 at 09:22 PM.
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