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    classic build w/Record 28H hubs

    With a set of 28H Record hubs and DT Swiss rr1.1 rims or Niobium 19 rims, is it possible to build a wheelset below 1450 grams using DT revolutions or comp spokes?
    What lacing pattern do you suggest with Record 28H hubs on these low-profile rims?
    My weight is 155 lbs.

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    With niobium 19's and revolution spokes the weight should be 1470g and with RR1.1's it will be 1580g. That is assuming you are using a double eyelet rear rim and single eyelet front ont he Dt build. The weights are not exact but would probably be within 15 grams.

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    1470g

    Quote Originally Posted by Ligero
    With niobium 19's and revolution spokes the weight should be 1470g and with RR1.1's it will be 1580g. That is assuming you are using a double eyelet rear rim and single eyelet front ont he Dt build. The weights are not exact but would probably be within 15 grams.
    Thanks for providing the numbers. Niobium 19's would be the clear choice. The rear Niobium 19 rim comes in an offset/off-center design. With the Record rear hub flange spacing, what lacing pattern would you suggest? NDS radial and DS 3x lacing?

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    Quote Originally Posted by li.steven
    Thanks for providing the numbers. Niobium 19's would be the clear choice. The rear Niobium 19 rim comes in an offset/off-center design. With the Record rear hub flange spacing, what lacing pattern would you suggest? NDS radial and DS 3x lacing?
    3x on both sides. Campy does not allow radial lacing on there hubs and being the flanges are the same diameter there is no reason to use a different cross count on the NDS vs the DS.

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    Unless you can get the older silver hubs in 28 hole you are out of luck. The current hubs are not made in 28 hole.

    -Eric

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    diff cross count

    Quote Originally Posted by Ligero
    3x on both sides. Campy does not allow radial lacing on there hubs and being the flanges are the same diameter there is no reason to use a different cross count on the NDS vs the DS.
    Why would you use different cross count with those hubs, (chrisking, phil wood, white industries)? Are differential flange sizes a good idea?

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