I'd watch it back to back sometimes. Skipping over one persons part...
...and that isn't any of Jeff Lenosky's parts. He's a good dude in the real world as well, legend that Jeff Lenosky is.
Anyone seen "Keepin it' real" with Jeff Lenosky? One of his first videos, lots of early college footage and my favorite trials scene ever with wutang in nyc.
Good info, I've now accurately measured and modelled both rim and hub so I can play more with the lacing. The spoke holes are offset from the rim CL by 1.7mm ±0.1mm, will play with putting them in the wrong hole (fnaarrr!) and see what happens. I'll see how laying it up on your sketch works out and fiddle with lengths accordingly, the beauty of having it fully modelled is I can play around with the position of the first 4 spokes and instantly pattern them around the rim to see how it looks
Would have been sooo much easier if tarty had 4 of the 32h monty rims in stock instead of 3
Something like this, red spokes are 178mm, green spokes are 176mm; both lengths are within 1.2mm of the spoke bed which is plenty of scope to take up with nipples. Not sure how I've ended up with 2x but setting it as 3x really seemed to screw things up, as it is the spokes are evenly spaced and pulling from the correct sides of the flanges so should be much easier to tension!
Now where can I get 178 and 176 (64 of each) from?
Would it screw with the lengths too much if you staggered them the opposite way? Latecross style. I know it leaves the seam exposed so getting the bob out might be a challenge, but probably nothing smashing it against the floor won't sort
That would put your opposite side spokes together, which might make the build easier, And you'd be able to offset the sides a bit more normally.
Think this is how roadies group their spokes, right? And they've got shit tonnes of money to pour into R&D
Super pro image below to illustrate. Ignore the magenta dots - they were just a rough as hell spacing thing I forgot to remove.
Edit: Just realised that if you have zero offset rims you could get super cheeky and push the trailing spokes back by one hole. Both sides of trailing spokes would then be on the "wrong side hole", but it would even out the tension over the circumference a little. So the pattern going clockwise from the valve hole would be:
I've been looking after a 05 1.9 TDI Touran for a friend whilst he travels and I've been pleasantly surprised by how capable, spacious and even though its only 100bhp it doesn't actually feel as horrendously slow as i had expected. It has done 189k and apparently has wanted for very little for the 130k he has put on it. Well worth considering and pretty cheap.
Unrelated news, we got a MK6 Golf GT 2.0 TDI the other day to replace the Astra H, I know it's just a Golf but I'm always impressed by these old things as they seem to age far more gracefully than most other brands. We went with an automatic this time and it's so silky, for an everyday car for A to B I don't get why people bother with manual boxes anymore.