Wheelsmith Spoke Prep Extras

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Ask any wheel builder and they'll tell you Wheelsmith Spoke Prep is the secret ingredient to building...

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The right amount of Spoke Prep? (Pic attached)

Wheelsmith spoke prep on some DT Swiss Comp spokes. Too much, too little, just right?. :) Never seen any pics of it applied so figured others might also benefit from the post. Cheers.Read More »

Does anyone use joint compound for spoke prep?

Does anyone use joint compund (like what u use in plumbing) for spoke prep? It seems like it does the exact same job as spoke prep, just you can get it for way less money.Read More »

Cleaning spoke prep

I have a few DT Swiss Supercomp spokes that need the spoke prep removed from the threads. Does anyone know of what could be used to remove the old dry spoke prep, but not damage the finish on the black spokes? Thanks.Read More »

Spoke Prep

Some questions regarding spoke prep: 1. Should I continue with the spoking while the linseed/lubriation is still wet? Or should I wait until it dries before spoking? I'm using brass nipples and dt comp spokes. 2. What lubrication do you guys recommend? 3. Has anyone ever used DT's spoke freeze? I ... Read More »

Air Tool Lube as Spoke Prep?

I'm about to build my first wheelset and was investigating using a spoke lube, but don't want to shell out for a name-brand (wheelsmith) to only use a handful of times. It looks like the goal of the lube is to keep everything spinning freely while under tension. Anyone ever used air tool oil for t ... Read More »

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