It has worn on me. Campy has a stellar record so the design at least works. I don't think for a second that is is superior to a standard build, but it's not inferior either.gizzard said:I know they have justified their G3 spoking from an engineering perspective, but I just can't seem to get used to the aesthetics. Anyone feel the same?
It chouldn't be a problem. The concept of truing and properely tension a wheel is the same. The rim has to be much stiffer in order to insure it is straight in between the clusters.gizzard said:
Ihave yet to have any need to apply spoke wrenches to my Zondasgizzard said:
Over 7,000 miles on my 04's and they have never seen a trueing wrench. They have seen plenty of potholes. I use them as my winter and roller wheels since the hubs are so easy to rebuild with standard ball bearings.gizzard said:
Apologies, then I suggest that you buy what looks best. And post it on a blog somewhere.gizzard said:I don’t remember mentioning, or insinuating for that matter, that I have a set of G3-laced wheels. It was simply an observation regarding the aesthetics of the design. I was merely voicing an opinion about Campy’s G3 lacing, which, ostensibly is what blogs are all about i.e. people voicing opinions.