So, I thought I could dive into lacing my own wheels with the help of the internet and threads. Apparently, I should have read up before tearing into the wheels. I had not made any marks, measurements, or taken any pictures before disassembling. I know, tough luck, suck it up and get it done. Working with a 36 spoke rear wheel from a TX750, I'm pretty sure it's similar or the same as the XS650 rear wheel. I've watched hours of the same videos, and read endless hours on this. When lacing the inners, I can get one side of the hub done, then having an issue with the other side falling short of the holes. I've compared and double-checked several times, but not getting anywhere. Any suggestions? I know I have not given much detail. Any tricks to this? I have attemped at least 6-8 times, and have not moved into lacing the outer spokes yet. I am working off of this guide: http://www.xs650chopper.com/2009/12/how-to-lace-a-wheel-from-scratch/ Any help or words of wisdom would be helpful. I'm one to do it, until I learn it. Thanks in advance.