my understanding of wheel building, hub spacing, dish, etc. is modest at best so i'm seeking insight on the webs.
i've got a Hadley 142 built up on a nice old carbon rim and a new 'boost' frame. Hadley is making a new axle to retrofit to this hub, it will come out soon and will be expensive and require a new bearing as well (all to accommodate micro spline). i figure this is the best approach and strongest, but i've heard that the simple spacer kits (Problem Solvers makes one, many options on ebay) has others. they all seem to require some kind of redish. i barely understand the dish i currently have and if it's good, bad, weakens, strengthens, etc. it's all bad is my general understanding, no dish is best.
anyhow, are the spacer kits kinda ghetto? are they going to lead to a broken frame axle? are there different kinds, some requiring only 1 spacer, others 2 and some requiring redish, some not? it's all baffling to me.