So here was the result of my first attempt at lacing a wheel.
I ordered a set of Stainless spokes. I had made a diagram when I took the wheel apart. It had broken and heavily corroded spokes. The original Dunlop WM-2 19 and wm-3 18 seem to be in pretty good condition. The front had some rust and pitting inside. I cleaned it up and put on a coat of primer.
I watched a tutorial on youtube then started truing. It was obvious right from the start that there was a dent in the rim. I didn't notice this when I took it apart, but I couldn't get it true with the dent there. I tried beating it into submission with a deadblow hammer and wood blocks, but was unsuccessful.
So I took it back apart.
This is how I straightened out the bad spot.
pretty crude method, I know, but it was effective.
I laced the wheel again and adjusted the radial runout and wobble.
The manual says +/- 1/32
The wobble is less than 1/64 inch and the radial is about the same.