Nubs

Figure 2C-14A. Lacing Front Wheel (1964 And Later)

8. Cross a brake flange outside spoke (2), under two inner spokes (3) and insert in lower row of holes in rim that angle in same direction as spokes. Start nipples on spokes as they are inserted in rim.

9. Follow around hub repeating the operation described in step, 8, until all spokes are secured to rim.

10. With hub in same position, insert ten spokes (6, Fig. 2C-13) in small flange (upper flange as positioned on workbench) elongated holes, with head of

1. Place hub on bench with brake drum side of hub up.

2. Insert 10 short spokes in every other hole from outside of brake side flange.

3. Insert 10 long spokes in remaining holes.

4. Turn hub over on bench with brake drum side of hub down.

5. Insert 10 short spokes in next holes to right (clockwise) from long spoke holes in opposite flange.

6. Insert 10 long spokes in remaining holes.

7. Swing short spokes counte rclockwis e and long spokes clockwise crossing underneath short spokes and forming pairs.

8. Place rim over hub (either side down).

9. Cross long spokes clockwise underneath short spokes and insert into right (clockwise hole) of each pair of holes that angles in same direction as spoke on opposite side of rim well. See L-l in figure 2C-14A.

10. Cross short spokes counterclockwise above long spokes and insert into right (clockwise hole) of each pair on near side of rim well that angles in same direction as spoke. See S-l in Figure 2C-14A.

Spoke will enter 6th hole to left of clockwise long spoke hole in rim. Repeat for remaining spokes. Start nipples on spokes as they are inserted in rim until all spokes are secured.

11. Turn wheel over and repeat procedure for spokes on brake side.

SPOKING REAR WHEEL (Fig. 2C-15 and 2C-16)

Rear wheel rim is identified by Part No. stamped in rim-well as follows: 18" steel 43004-60, 18" aluminum 43008-60. Spoke holes in hub flanges are in two rows around each flange - ten inner row holes (1) and ten outer row holes (2, Fig. 2-C-15) in each flange. All spokes must be inserted from inside of flange.

1. Place hub on bench with brake drum end of hub down as shown in Fig. 2C-15.

2. Insert spokes (3) in ten outer spoke holes of brake side flange and swing loose end of spokes counterclockwise, as far as hub will allow.

3. Place rim over hub (either side down) and insert spokes in lower row of holes in rim, that angle in same direction as spokes.

4. Just start nipples on spokes as they are inserted in rim.

5. Insert spokes (4) in ten inner spoke holes of brake side flange and swing loose end of spokes clockwise as far as hub will allow.

6. See Fig. 2C-16. Select any inner spoke (1), cross it over four outer spokes (2), and insert spokes in nearest lower rim holes. Start nipples.

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