DT Swiss Tensiometer Tools

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DT Swiss Tensio Anologue Spoke Tensiometer The analog tensiometer is a high-precision instrument to measure the spoke tension on the wheel. This DT Swiss developed tool is 100 nbsp;Swiss made and is used to precisely measure the spoke tension step by step in the course of wheel building process. The DT nbsp;Swiss tensiometer is a necessity for any 173;professional wheel builder. Can be used with all spoke types including flat spokes. Includes case. Buy DT Swiss Tensio Anologue Spoke Tensiometer from Chain Reaction Cycles, the world's largest online bicycle store.

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yet another tensiometer

Hi guys and greetings from Macedonia, i am new to this forum but i am certainly not new to cycling and bike building, in my spare time i do some machining and here is my last creation and i want to hear from you what you thinkRead More »

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I noticed my wheels were out of true and a few spokes were really loose (could unscrew them with my fingers). I realized I'm not good at truing so I had someone else do it for me this time. Can I use a tensiometer to true a wheel or are tensiometers only for checking tension? I'm thinking if ... Read More »

First time with a tensiometer....

I numbered each spoke, measured the tension on the whole wheel and logged everything on an Excel worksheet. The tension was really high. From 110 to 167 kgf for the drive side. Its well withing +/- 20% of the average spoke tension but was off the charts for the spoke size. I confirmed the sp ... Read More »

Spoke tensiometer

I am building wheels for my MTB this winter, and begin with a few tools I will need such at a wheel truing stand, seen here: [url]http://www.facebook.com/album.php?aid=28174&id=100000831800032&l=6e7b02b17b[/url] I know I could do with out one, but I also want to build a tensiometer modeled aft ... Read More »

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