Display all pictures
Like it? Share it:
Add to wishlist
Warning: Last items in stock!
Bobine de fil à ligaturer. Fil pour ligaturer les croisements des rayons. Disponible en bobine de...
Spokes tying consists of winding a metal wire at each spoke crossing, which is then fixed with tin solder.The primary aim is to hold the spoke in place in the event of breakage. It is especially recommended for competitors.In torsion, some may feel a gain in pedal stroke, in acceleration or even motricity.This gives a very handcrafted signature to the wheels.
4325 Item Items
The minimum purchase order quantity for the product is 1
Add to cart
The spokes tying consists of winding a wire at each spoke crossing, the spokes must of course be interlaced (in contact) as this is not always the case, especially on SP hubs.We make 7 turns, then the ligature is fixed with a tin solder.The main purpose is to maintain the spoke in case of breakage. We advise it especially for competitors, so no need to stop, no loss of time.This can avoid piercing its rim base or damaging its derailleur or frame. Spoke breakage can occur if stones or branches are thrown or if a chain jump occurs behind the cassette, but spokes (such as Sapim) from a correctly mounted wheel will not break due to fatigue.Stiffness measurements (lateral and vertical) do not show significant differences with ligatures. In torsion, the measurements are more difficult to make, but some may feel a gain in pedal stroke, acceleration or even driveability, which could be attributed to a more efficient torque transfer.The forces are also better distributed between the spokes, resulting in a better ageing of the wheels.And this gives the wheels a very handcrafted signature.
Be the first to write your review!
* Required fields
Submit or Cancel