Thread: GS wheel truing
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Old 11-27-2010, 05:47 PM   #10
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I've taken apart a set or two of cross spoke wheels and I can tell you it is kinda a pain in the ass. If the spokes are old, you end up having to cut them off - and not with bolt cutters, but with a angle grinder. Reason being is that the spokes won't want to slide back out of the rim after they've gotten cruddy with years of rust / oxidation.

However, I'd say do it at least once just to see how they go together. It's kinda a fun project to do once.
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