Zipp wheel re-dish
So, I've bought some Zipp 404s. Supposed to be 2014, turned out to be 2012. Conversion to Shimano 11-speed therefore rather tediously requires a new axle, endcaps and freehub, and a re-dish. SRAM claim that you have to send the wheel back to them; they offer the conversion as a service. You can also buy the axle etc as a kit; can anyone think of a reason why I shouldn't install it and re-dish the wheel myself? It's a bit cheaper that way (not much I have to say), a lot faster (which is the real reason to DIY) and means less postage risk. There's no warranty issue, since I'm not the first owner. Surely there's nothing peculiar to Zipps that would make dishing them especially tricky? They even have external nipples. The axle installation itself should be completely trivial, unless there's something I don't know about, Iike a need for a machining, but that seems highly unlikely.