E*thirteen LG1+ spokes

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Posted: Apr 15, 2013 at 3:36 Quote
I snapped two spokes in my brand new LG1+ wheels, that now needs replacement.
But I can't seem to find any information on what spokes to get other than "Quad Butted x 32"

Does anyone know what brand/model of spokes the LG1+ uses?

Posted: May 20, 2013 at 13:25 Quote
Nygaard wrote:
I snapped two spokes in my brand new LG1+ wheels, that now needs replacement.
But I can't seem to find any information on what spokes to get other than "Quad Butted x 32"

Does anyone know what brand/model of spokes the LG1+ uses?

DT-Swiss SuperComp spokes.

Posted: May 20, 2013 at 16:40 Quote
tylerdurden-dh wrote:
Nygaard wrote:
I snapped two spokes in my brand new LG1+ wheels, that now needs replacement.
But I can't seem to find any information on what spokes to get other than "Quad Butted x 32"

Does anyone know what brand/model of spokes the LG1+ uses?

DT-Swiss SuperComp spokes.

Nope Smile

Found out that they have them custom made.
2mm. thread and only 228mm. long on the drive side (rear wheel)!

Quick fix was to get a local shop to shorten down a random 2mm. spoke to 228mm. and roll new thread on it.

Posted: May 20, 2013 at 21:28 Quote
Nygaard wrote:
tylerdurden-dh wrote:
Nygaard wrote:
I snapped two spokes in my brand new LG1+ wheels, that now needs replacement.
But I can't seem to find any information on what spokes to get other than "Quad Butted x 32"

Does anyone know what brand/model of spokes the LG1+ uses?

DT-Swiss SuperComp spokes.

Nope Smile

Found out that they have them custom made.
2mm. thread and only 228mm. long on the drive side (rear wheel)!

Quick fix was to get a local shop to shorten down a random 2mm. spoke to 228mm. and roll new thread on it.

Actually thats exactly the spokes used in the wheels.


E*thirteen LG1+ Disc 26" Wheelset
Engineered from the ground up to be a durable, high-performance downhill wheelset
Scandium 559g, 23/29.4mm inner/outer width LG1+ rims with brazed and machined spoke eyelets
Rims are tubeless-ready with special profile for secure tire fittment, tape and valves included
LG1+ hubs with bonded oversized carbon hub shells, 6 degree engagement and low rotational weight combine for responsive acceleration and precise tracking through rough terrain
DT-Swiss SuperComp spokes ensure high performance, reliability and serviceability
Black with white graphics and gold endcaps
* 20x110mm front, 12x150mm rear spacing, 12x157mm endcaps also included
ZOOM

Posted: May 21, 2013 at 11:10 Quote
tylerdurden-dh wrote:
Nygaard wrote:
tylerdurden-dh wrote:


DT-Swiss SuperComp spokes.

Nope Smile

Found out that they have them custom made.
2mm. thread and only 228mm. long on the drive side (rear wheel)!

Quick fix was to get a local shop to shorten down a random 2mm. spoke to 228mm. and roll new thread on it.

Actually thats exactly the spokes used in the wheels.


E*thirteen LG1+ Disc 26" Wheelset
Engineered from the ground up to be a durable, high-performance downhill wheelset
Scandium 559g, 23/29.4mm inner/outer width LG1+ rims with brazed and machined spoke eyelets
Rims are tubeless-ready with special profile for secure tire fittment, tape and valves included
LG1+ hubs with bonded oversized carbon hub shells, 6 degree engagement and low rotational weight combine for responsive acceleration and precise tracking through rough terrain
DT-Swiss SuperComp spokes ensure high performance, reliability and serviceability
Black with white graphics and gold endcaps
* 20x110mm front, 12x150mm rear spacing, 12x157mm endcaps also included
ZOOM

And where did you find that description?

Posted: Feb 20, 2017 at 14:35 Quote
I know that this is a super old topic, but I recently had the same question and found all the E13 spoke lengths right here: https://thehiveglobal.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/204752825-e-thirteen-wheel-spoke-lengths

...logically on their website Big Grin

Cheers guys

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