Anyone got any of this stuff ?
Clincher or tubular rims & how many holes?
Clincher preferably and 36 holes.
I have some nice gunmetal 3TTT bars. Let me see if I have pics...
I have a wheelset campy atlanta 96 rims on 1055 hubs (32hole), changed the hub to 8 speed HG but this won't matter if you just want the rims, can throw in 3ttt bar and stem but the bars are not as nice as @fizzy.bleach, the wheels are true and run smooth as is,
I have a set of 1987 silver lambda strada aero rims (25 mm or about). Very good condition. Have to check number of spoke holes.
O, and some Mavic rims from that era too but these are tubulars.
I like those!
Prefer not tubulars. :)
Not bad, not bad. Yes RIM only as I've got CdA hubs already. no need for a stem, thanks :)
What's the price including shipping (if you're not from London)
Tenner for the bars if you pick up from Streatham or Soho, and a bit more posted (£2.90 I expect).
Pick up from Soho tomorrow?
Friday I can do?
Actually I'm looking for a set of 36 holes rims! Not 32.
Just verified, the hubs have actually 36 holes!
Did you manage mate?
Yep. But too bad, the Lambda are 32. I do have 36 mavic ma40 and ambrosio balance clinchers. Both in very good condition.
I like the Mavic, price ?
Speaking of Mavic I have a pair of CXP 30's going spare, not sure of the hole count but let me know if interested and I'll dig them out and check...
According to Velobase they were only made with 32 holes, but do check please.
Got some 3t bars I can dig out. £15 posted? Cheers. Tom
How about 45 € shipped for the set? (meaning 14 € each)
Aren't CXP not from long after CdA? Think CdA disappeared around 89-90 and cxp only came mid nineties, no?
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