Tools needed:

Wheel truing stand, spoke wrench, rim tape, tire lever, spoke prep, tire sealant, cassette tool and torx, allen or center-lock tool for disc if necessary to remove based on broken spoke location.

 

lubricate the spoke threads with spoke

 

Success! You can now go out and ride with confidence and comfort knowing that you handled the job yourself! (Note: If this job seems too overwhelming for you, remember that your local bike shop will probably only charge you about $25 for this repair.)


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