Phil Wood double butted spokes
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Phil Wood's name has been synonymous with quality since he first brought sealed bearing components to the cycling market in the 1970s.
As fully expected, Phil stainless steel spokes are on par with the best in the world. These double butted spokes start at a diameter of 2.0mm (14 gauge) at each end and taper to 1.8mm (15 gauge) in the middle for lighter weight. The butts at either end are kept short to reduce bending at spoke intersections and reduce weight.
All Phil spokes are custom cut & threaded in-house using our trusty Phil Wood spoke machine.
All spokes are sold individually and nipples are not included.
Spokes are cut to length & threaded to order, which may add a couple of days processing time before being shipped.
Spokes are not returnable or exchangeable under any circumstance so please be sure to choose the correct length.
When adding spokes to a custom wheel build order, please choose 'custom wheel build - we calculate length' from the bottom of the menu list and we will determine the correct length based on the rims, hubs and lacing chosen.
• 2.0/1.8/2.0mm butted
• available lengths: 250-310mm (even-numbered lengths only)
• nipples not included
• colors: black or silver
• weight : 380g (64 x 260mm)
Not sure which length(s) you need?
A very accurate, user-friendly spoke calculator can be found here.