I have had very good luck with the wire wheel guy in Santa Cruz, CA
John Blake <firstname.lastname@example.org>
He has a process that seals the spoke ends, forever, a silicone
product that takes a few days to cure, we had this done to the TR6s
72 spoke Daytons (he can also true and repair wires), and are
completely happy. I would not hesitate to go tubeless if I felt the
need. John works out of his garage, so has a low overhead, but is a
master of his trade.
>Can the Daytons be used with tubeless tires or do you still
>Is it realistic that the Daytons never need truing?
>What is the best deal on Daytons and new hubs? it looks like
>British Wire Wheel in Fresno might be best for me (3 hours away). Has
>anyone dealt with them?
>What works best at lubing the splined hubs?
1957 TR3 TS16765L
1970 TR6 CC59179L
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