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What alternative spoke lacing patterns exist (that make a decent wheel)? [closed]
I'd like to know of all the 'normal' ways to spoke a wheel. Currently, if you want to use a non-standard pattern, you have to run the length computations a number of times; for example, in a 3-spoke ...
May 2 '12 at 7:07
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