Carlos33 wheel build, special 200kg. max. heavy load

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Carlos33 wheel build, special 200kg. max. heavy load

Post by Carlos33 » May 15 2018 1:42pm

I built a wheel for special 200kg. max. heavy load purpose and would like to share my experience, technical details.

- RIM: Ryde Andra 40 622x25C, 36 angle drilles spoke holes preventing spoke/nipple fatigue, non eyelet version
https://www.ryde.nl/andra-40
RIM TAPE: Schwalbe HP 25-622 blue
https://www.schwalbe.com/en/zubehoer.html
- SPOKES: Sapim Strong 13G/14G - 2,3/2,0mm
http://www.sapim.be/spokes/butted/strong
- NIPPLES: Sapim Polyax brass 14mm
http://www.sapim.be/nipples/brass/polyax
- ADHESIVE FOR NIPPLE - Marston Domsel MSS.541.241
http://www.marstondomsel.de/index.php/e ... -retention
- SPOKE HEAD WASHERS: DT Swiss Ø2,5mm with 0,35mm thickness (Sapim thickness was 0,5mm and spoke orientation was bad)
- HUB: Dapu M155 CH
http://www.dapumotors.com/portfolio/m155-ch/
- INNER TUBE: Schwalbe SV19 27.5/28/29x2.0-2.4
https://www.schwalbe.com/en/schlaeuche.html
- TIRE - Schwalbe Marathon Plus 47-622 - 28x1.75 flatless, puncture protected
https://www.schwalbe.com/en/tour-reader ... -plus.html

Spoke pattern is 2X carefully builted, tensioned and squeezed many times by hand to remove stress.
After built we installed in the bike and tried. Torque is optimal, flexibility of the spoke is also optimal under 180kg person.
Speed can go up to 45km/h without any problem. The person use the bike 32km distance daily with a speed between 30-45km/h.
I am so happy to finished a successfull project.
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Preparing the parts
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DT Swiss spoke head washer
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Schwalbe HP rim tape
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Sapim Strong 13G/14G spokes
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DT Swiss spoke head washer
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Complete wheel
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Complete wheel II

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Re: It's now Spring 2018.. Why haven't e-bikes gotten cheaper?

Post by Chalo » May 15 2018 3:36pm

Spoke nipple exit angle looks OK, though cross-2 lacing is excessive and unnecessary. Cross-1 would be more reliable.

13-14ga (2.3/2.0mm) spokes are a pretty good choice, but 14-15ga (2.0/1.8mm) can carry more weight before spokes go slack. In that case, something like 2.5mm stainless washers would be a good idea to prevent pull-through.
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