Re: [CR] Lacing for Harden Bacon Slicer Hubs

(Example: Component Manufacturers:Cinelli)

Date: Fri, 6 Nov 2009 00:18:10 +0100
From: "M-gineering" <>
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Subject: Re: [CR] Lacing for Harden Bacon Slicer Hubs

Dean Nixon wrote:
> Hello all,
> I recently received a gorgeous set of Harden track hubs (32F / 40R) from
> another CR member and I am wondering about the proper way to build them up.
> Since the spoke holes are so close to the flange edges should the spoke
> pattern be 3x or the more tangential 4x? Also, which gauge of spoke should I
> use? Tension? I want to make sure not to damage the hubs. Thanks in advance
> for any tips!

Generally speaking, the more crosses the easier it is on the flanges. 4x on a 32H large flange is impossible though, with 3x the exit angle at the rim will be compromised enough. With shallow rims it probably is just doable though.

rustless 15-17 is probably right, tension depends on the rim but is probably nowhere near the current 100 kgf. 70 sounds more realistic to me -- mvg

Marten Gerritsen
Kiel Windeweer