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Any workshop still sell parts or repair old roadsters?

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Hi,

I'm looking for a pair of SA 26" rims

Any leads? Any bicycle shop still sell parts or repair old roadster?

Please let me know

Thanks! 



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If u looking at a brand new rims doubt so u can find any !! The only piece u can gt is a used rim .. Btw what yr budget ? Can try ask arnd fr u thou .. Pm me if u keen ..cheers

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I just acquire a pair of SA wheel set recently
Thanks Bro!

Sounds like you are into English Roadsters also
Should meet up sometime!



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I think I have a pair stored away. 26" British-made Sturmey Archer. They need to be rechromed, but otherwise, theyre good. Let me know if you still want them.



-- Edited by ketchup on Wednesday 14th of August 2013 07:54:26 PM

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Got a pair from a friend quite awhile back
Thanks for the offer!
Cheers!



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