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Old 08-23-17, 11:01 AM
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Assorted rims

I just got 5 rims thrown in with a Raleigh, 3 x 700C, 1 x 27in, 1 x 26 in. only the 27 inch is steel.

Before I take them to the bike co-op just asking if anyone has ever seen them as I don't want to junk something that I need.

the first photo is the 27 inch it was on the bike when I got it. No markings on rim. Still has a dork disk that looks like it was home made (?). No markings on freewheel. It certainly isn't like the rims on my other Raleighs.

the second photo is the 26 inch which only has a sticker on the hub marked "Formula" and has 559 x 20mm and 26 x 15 inch stamped in rim

the third is a 700c marked "Doublewall Cannondale 6061 Alloy". The cartridge is marked "HYPERGLIDE HG CS-H40-AW"

fourth photo is detail from the Cannondale ( I didn't even know Cannondale made their own rims!!)

the fifth is a 700c marked "Veronique" high quality 6061-T6 700c inside it is marked 700 x 16

The final rim is a 700c marked "9AMFT- ARRIV" and "Star-Circle". I believe this was a Chinese make but I think company is out of business. It is also marked 700/622

Again simply asking so I don't throw out good rims.
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Old 08-23-17, 11:47 AM
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Most of them look like fairly heavy cheaper wheels.

You might get $5 to $10 each for them at a garage sale or on Craigslist.
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Old 08-23-17, 12:29 PM
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CliffordK,

thanks that's what I figured but wanted to check to be sure.

Ps I just checked and my current Raleigh Grand Prix has Weinmann rims so I suspect that's what I need....
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Old 08-23-17, 11:39 PM
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Is the Cannondale a 40 spoke touring wheel? That would be worth more than 5-10 bucks to me...
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Originally Posted by Chr0m0ly View Post
Is the Cannondale a 40 spoke touring wheel? That would be worth more than 5-10 bucks to me...
I count 36 spokes on it.

But, it does have a cassette, so it might work for a rim brake cross/gravel/touring bike. Still not worth a lot for an unmatched single. I could have been a little low on a couple of them, but they aren't worth a fortune either.

The paired spoke last wheel might be interesting, again apparently just a single.
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Old 08-24-17, 09:53 AM
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All well, thanks for counting
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If none of them are the same for a match set then I wouldn't keep them. About all they're good for is a few spare spokes, or a spare axle or something. Co op sounds like a good place for them.
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