Why not replacing all spokes and have the rim painted before respoking the
Carefully check whether the fit onto the hub is whithout any kind of play.
'71 BGT had some broken spokes replaced chrome wheels though
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From: "Bill Meyer" <email@example.com>
To: "nxhio xebeaio" <Rmartin@yit.co.il>; "MG List" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Monday, October 07, 2002 6:33 PM
Subject: Re: Refurbishing wire wheels
> Good plan, except for the truing. In my experience, most of these old
> wheels have been neglected for so long (probably since new) that any
> at truing breaks spokes. If you wish, collect all the methods and try
> out on your worst wheel (#6!!). If you find anything that works, please
> me know.
> Bill Meyer
> > 1. remove tires/tubes, all balancing weights.
> > 2. remove old paint & rust
> > 3. true
> > 4. prime & paint
> > 5. remount tires, balance on car.
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