What spokes for hadleys with syncros dp32s. Also, what kind of nipples?
DT swiss supercompsPhi.Design said:What spokes for hadleys with syncros dp32s. Also, what kind of nipples?
well, yeah... +1BikeSATORI said:I'd probably never use aluminum nips for FR/DH. only brass for me. a
nd I'd probably just go with DT competitions personally 14/15g...
i don't think that is too much a concern. it's only the nipple end that is smaller. i don't think this will manifest hugely as a greater flex in your wheel.coma13 said:dt comps will yield a less flexy wheel when compared to the supercomps... al nipples are fine... just have someone who knows what they're doing build it.
hahaaha:thumbsup:Phi.Design said:Naw, I was just asking about alpines. And it seemed everyone was routing for brass. And oh my god, I cannot stop eating chile spiced mango.
30 percent? i always thought it was 25. wow, the amount of knowledge flowing forth from these forums never ceases to amaze me! :thumbsup:konut said:alpine 3 and dt pro lock brass nipples,brass nipples also make a 30% stronger wheel
...and i believe the DT revs are 2/1.5/2.WestCoastHucker. said:for the last 6 years, i've used the revolution/red alloy nipple combo on my DJ bike with zero problems (and the same combo on my DH bike for the past 4 years). anybody who has seen or ridden my bikes will attest that they are easily some of the stiffest wheels around. i've been floating around the sub 200lbs mark that whole time as well. if i can pound these wheels for a few hours a day for 5 days a week for 6 years, the supercomps and red alloy nip combo will easily hold up to you and your style of riding....