fatal love 29" where to locate rear wheels with bigger spokes

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  1. blubaustin

    blubaustin New Member

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    I have a fatal love 29" with a denardis ss sport 50cc 50 tooth sprocket, the sprocket has the hub adapter, and a key set into the hub and the adapter. After a few miles my tire is bent a bit. I also included a picture of the bike, I currently cant take pictures of the rear tire to show but I just need to know if there is any place I can get a wheel with bigger spokes for the rear? [​IMG]
     
  2. curtisfox

    curtisfox Well-Known Member

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    Did you ever find a wheel? You could find Spock’s and lace your own, or use a 26” in the rear. Just a thought.........Curt
     
  3. CrazyDan

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    700c wheels are 622mm diameter, same as 29".
    From Sheldon Brown's site:
    Fractional sizes:
    Fractional ISO Applications
    36 inch 787 mm Unicycles, some novelty bicycles
    32 inch 686 mm Unicycles, some novelty bicycles
    29 inch 622 mm This is a marketing term for wide 622 mm ("700C") tires.
    28 x 1 1/2 635 mm English, Dutch, Chinese, Indian Rod-brake roadsters
    (Also marked F10, F25, 700 B)
    622 mm (F.13) Rare Canadian designation
    28 x 1 5/8 x
    1 1/4 Northern European designation for the 622 mm (700 C) size
    27 x anything except "27 five" and 609 mm Dutch 630 mm Older road bikes.
    27 x 1 1/2 609 mm Rare Dutch size
    26 x 1 (650 C)
    571 mm Triathlon, time trial, small road bikes. Old Schwinn S-4
    26 x 1 1/4 597 mm Older British sport & club bikes
    26 x 1 3/8
    (S-6) Schwinn "lightweights"
    26 x 1 3/8 (E.A.3) 590 mm Most English 3-speeds, department-store or juvenile 10 speeds
    26 x 1 1/2 (650B) 584 mm French utility, tandem and loaded-touring bikes,
    a very few Raleigh (U.S.) & Schwinn mountain bikes.
    26 x 1 3/4
    (S-7) 571 mm Schwinn cruisers
    26 x 1, 1 1/8 High performance wheels for smaller riders, common on Cannondale bicycles
    24 x 1 520 mm High performance wheels for smaller riders; Terry front
    24 x 1 1/8 520 mm or
    540 mm! Caveat emptor
    24 x 1 1/4 547 mm British or Schwinn Juvenile
    24 x 1 3/8
    (S-5) Schwinn Juvenile lightweights
    24 x 1 3/8
    (E-5) 540 mm British Juvenile, most wheelchairs; common on women's utility bicycles in Japan.
    20 x 1 1/8
    20 x 1 1/4
    20 x 1 3/8 451 mm Juvenile lightweights, BMX for light riders, some recumbents, some folding bicycles
    20 x 1 3/4 419 mm Schwinn juvenile
    18 x 1 3/8 400 mm British juvenile
    17 x 1 1/4 369 mm Alex Moulton AM series
    16 x 1 3/8 349 mm Older Moulton; Brompton & other folders, recumbent front, juvenile
    16 x 1 3/8 337 mm Mystery tire
    16 x 1 3/8 335 mm Polish juvenile
    16 x 1 3/4 317 mm Schwinn Juvenile
    12 1/2 x anything 203 mm Juvenile, scooters
    10 x 2 152 mm Wheelchair caster
    8 x 1 1/4 137 mm Wheelchair caster
     
  4. blubaustin

    blubaustin New Member

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    I have no idea on how to make my own wheel or I would. I was hoping someone on here would know or would be willing to if paid. And would a 26 drop the bike to low where I couldn't use the pedals?
     

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