Old 04-18-12, 10:44 AM
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Yeah, as others have said, looks like a Raleigh-made frame, but as Raleigh pretty much monopolised the British bicycle production in the second half of the 20th Century, it could be a lower-end name, lower quality than a Raleigh, but just made to Raleigh dimensions. Which, by the way, is another obstacle unless you have plenty of OLD Raleigh spares, as they were made to unique Raleigh dimensions, ARE NO LONGER MADE, and are not interchangeable with anything else. For example, you will need 26tpi bottom bracket cup and headset, rather than the standard 24.
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