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I'm doing a wheel build. I've got a 36H DM24 rim for the front, and a 32H DX32 rim for the rear. Both are running the same k-rad 2.25 tire.

Is it against the rules to run a different spoke count for front and rear?

Does it look silly?
 

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I'm doing a wheel build. I've got a 36H DM24 rim for the front, and a 32H DX32 rim for the rear. Both are running the same k-rad 2.25 tire.

Is it against the rules to run a different spoke count for front and rear?

Does it look silly?
As long as the hub drilling matches the rim it is not a problem, and there are no rules. If it works, use it.

You will never notice the difference by looking unless you stop to count.

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