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PostPosted: Wed Oct 31, 2012 4:45 pm 
Dirt Disciple
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Joined: Wed Sep 05, 2012 7:29 pm
Posts: 78
Location: Stroud
Hi guys,

Sorry that I've been away!

Hi foz,
I am after some clinchers to hold cassettes, not sure on which ones yet!
It will be a ten speed. I was originally after some shamals, but after what I have heard I have been put off.

Hi Hamster,
I am a big fan of high-flange hubs, can you please recomend any please?
Thank you.

Hi Piotr,
Your bike looks spot on and the wheels suite it! What are they please?
Thank you

Hi vivelesalpes,
I have been looking Halo rims, the ones you show look pretty decent!
Thank you
- Does anyone here use Halo? The Fixie guys seem to rave about them!!

Hi Ian Raleigh,
They look lush! But do the crack like shamals?

Hi VanhireBoys,
I shall have a look into that, thank you! Sounds good!

Hi tonyf39,
Sounds good, Can you please post up some shots of them? Thank you!

Thanks guys!


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PostPosted: Wed Oct 31, 2012 7:16 pm 
Retro Guru
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Location: Letchworth Garden City
PM me with your email and I'll forward on multiple close up photos. The braking surfaces are in excellent order and no damage anywhere. Both original skewers are included (just that it isn't in this old pic) plus the other tyre of course.
Oh and they are for Shimano 8/9/10

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PostPosted: Wed Oct 31, 2012 7:22 pm 
Gold Trader
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Do you want shimano or campagnolo freehub?

I have a set of campagnolo athena (front) and veloce 9 speed (rear, will take 10 and 11 no problem) hubs, both 36 spokes, built to red ambrosio balance clinchers. very smooth bearings, and overall very nice condition. I'm not sure on weight, but I can find out (they almost certainly won't be as light as tony's heliums though!). I need to check the cost of postage for a set of wheels to the UK, but if you're interested I'll take some pics.

cheers, Andy

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