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PostPosted: Tue Oct 25, 2011 9:31 am 
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 Post subject: wolber / mavic wheels
PostPosted: Wed Oct 26, 2011 12:59 pm 
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Hi
You have pm re the wolber/mavic wheels
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PostPosted: Wed Oct 26, 2011 1:24 pm 
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Hey,

Do the forks have any stamping on them to give an idea what tubing they're made from?


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ROLLS - black patterned - used but VGC = 30 pounds

I might be interested in this, pending pics!

Thanks, Andy


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Have you worn out your pound sign oldmuthariley? :D


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"Have you worn out your pound sign oldmuthariley? :lol: "

ha! :D - no - i bought my computer in NZ when i lived there and haven't got round to changing it from the dollar sign (not sure how to do it!) :oops:


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PostPosted: Wed Oct 26, 2011 3:02 pm 
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wblenkin wrote:
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Do the forks have any stamping on them to give an idea what tubing they're made from?


Hi Chrome forks now sold.
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I would change the description of the DA hubbed wheels to Uniglide cassette . Thats not a "cluster" (freewheel) in my book. and maybe give the spoke count in both wheel sets also . cheers Ian

or Hyperglide 8/9/10 speed cpmpatible if its both :D


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I'm not too good on Shimano!

Dura ace / Mavic rims are 32H - definately cassette says "integrated SIS 8"
Mavic / wolber rims are 28H


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oldmuthariley wrote:
I'm not too good on Shimano!

Dura ace / Mavic rims are 32H - definately cassette says "integrated SIS 8"
Mavic / wolber rims are 28H


for some reason shimano made 3 different versions of that hub I think, a cluster/block/freewheel threaded type ,
A "uniglide" cassette which used a threaded smallest cog and all the teeth on all cogs had "twist tooth" (very hard to find cassettes now)
and Hyperglide compatible with ramps etc which had all unthreaded cogs and used a lockring just like todays cassettes.
I find it interesting that the rear hub says integrated 8 on it (which implies 130mm OLD and a certain width freehub body) then there is only 7 cogs ??


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