Howdy, I had some problems when building my front wheel a couple of weeks ago. Talon-hub, pro-wheel rims and spokes. The wheel was impossible to centre (right offset) with the 240 mm spokes that according to Talon would be perfect. The spokes from the right side hub where to long and would penetrate the nipples (No dirty thoughts please . I mounted the wheel on my CRF and measured between the forks. In the end I had to buy 18 new 234 mm spokes to make it work. My front looks totally factory, end of story! Part II rear rim: Short story, look at the pics! I'm supposed to put in a spoke in every forth hole on the rim (that's how it goes). Every second hole goes the opposite direction which also means that every forth hole is similar, and that fit's with the figuration of the hub! But suddenly I can't do that any more. In pic two we have 5 holes pointing in one direction only! WTF? Long story! Rear rim. To start with, Talon hubs for Honda rear have 36 spokes. So which rim should I then buy? Pro-Wheel didn’t know since “we don’t work with Talon”, but they thought any 36 hole wheel would work. I came to the same conclusion since Excel offers the same rim to Yam, Kaw and Zook (but not Honda since they have 32 holes, don’t work with Talons 36 holes). I went for a YZF rear rim According to vital mx and Talon I should use same length on all spokes 213 mm with Talon-hubs, and I should use the same pattern as I did with the successful front rim: "Since all the spokes were the same length, and he laced it in four segments, following the same order that he always uses during assembly… disk side outer, disk side inner, and then non-disk side outer, and non-disk side inner." I'm supposed to put in a spoke in every forth hole on the rim (that's how it goes, and that worked fine with the front rim). Every second hole goes the opposite direction, which also means that every forth hole is similar, and that fit's with the figuration of the hub! But suddenly I can't do that any more. In pic two we have 5 holes pointing in one direction only! Any suggestions? What is wrong?