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 Post subject: Rigida/Joytech wheelset
PostPosted: Sun Apr 17, 2011 1:53 pm 
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Got a pair of Rigida ZAC2000 Safety Line rims (32H) laced to brown/bronze Joytech hubs, back spokes (some paint missing - as seen in pics) with matching Joytech QR's.
The hubs are a slightly different colour to each other.. not sure whether this is down to sun bleaching or just the way they are (but it's the way they are now)..

Rim brake only, screw-on freewheel and both spin freely and without any 'blips'..

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Start with £50 delivered within mainland UK, will consider offers and tales of woe..


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PostPosted: Mon Apr 18, 2011 8:46 pm 
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Chip away a jacks bump.. £45


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Hi there, new to this forum, may be interesting in those, what size tyre's did you have on them as I have a pair of Specialized Control Fast Track LK 26x2.00 which I might stick on them

That's if you still have them of course!


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I still have them fella... but, embarrassingly, I've not used them since I bought them so don't about tyre sizes and stuff..

Had a quick google though and it looks like they're good for up to 62mm tyres which is roughly 2.4".. and there's some on Phillipines ebay ( :? ) that have 2.25" tyres fitted so 2" looks like it'd be fine and dandy..


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Hi again, yep I'll take them off yr hands! will pm you :)


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