This is my first time posting here.
I have been biking for a few years now and learning little by little how to repair my ride myself.
My latest problem is 4 spokes of my rear wheel (36 spokes) broke, making it like a potato-chip.
It's a pretty old aluminum wheel but people told me the rim and hub were good, so I figured I might as well try to repair it, considering how cheap a spoke is, at least it would be a good learning experience.
I tried the traditional 3x cross but half way through I read about the powerwheel pattern on Sheldon Brown's website, 2 pulling spokes for 1 pushing. But that is the only information I got.
I'd really want to try lacing my wheel that way but am clueless of how to cross spokes (over, under...) and I don't know what length to buy, etc.
Would anyone know how to do or is it held secret because patented and my only option is to buy one somewhere?