| I have two 40-hole Dunlop 26 x 1 1/4 (EA1) rims and would like to trade one of them for a 32-hole equivalent rim. More specifically, I'm offering a 40-hole Dunlop "Special Lightweight" EA1 rim in exchange for a 32-hole Dunlop Special Lightweight EA1 rim. I can also throw in a 40-hole Sturmey Archer AM hub w/ alloy shell dated Feb, 1951 (though it's missing the screw-on cog) in exchange for a complete front 32-hole EA1 wheel (though it needs to be the narrower Special Lightweight rim, not the wider rim just marked "Dunlop EA1"). Thanks.|
| Ok fellows, next thing I'm looking for to complete the '51 Sports "C" Tourist project is a decent 1950s Raleigh Industries 32h front hub to lace into that stainless wheel. |
Anyone have one for sale? I don't want the later Sturmey/Sir Walter hubs.
firstname.lastname@example.org, as usual.
| Thanks Warren!|
| Sorry for the solicitation but I've got a few things on ebay including an NOS Dunlop Roadster Gold Seal tire from the 60's. It's item # 6611689539 |
THought someone might be interested - looks pretty decent shape and cheap, too.
| Nice find! Hopefully someone on this board that is propinquitous will snap it up.|
Larry "Boneman" Bone
| This is the standard size for many delivery bikes. I can either purchase it or trade an NOS 36 hole Dunlop rim in the same size. Or trade other parts.|
Any decent used condition is acceptable.
| Old bike trader has CGD106/SA, 26 X 1 3/4, Westwood, Chrome Plated, 40 hole, New, rims for 25 Quid + postage. |
I'm still searching for a 40 hole & 32 hole westrick 26 x 1 3/8. Getting desperate - almost ready to string the back to a 36?. Anyone got any other sources for rims?
| Warren,I also have a new set I'll sell--you might email me and we can talk---sam|