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Old 10-26-19, 04:10 PM
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Araya/Shimano 105 silver clincher wheelset

Nice Araya silver rims with machined sidewalls with Shimano 105 hubs. Includes tires/tubes (not sure how old) and Regina freewheel. Asking $90 plus actual shipping to lower 48.
























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Old 10-27-19, 07:07 AM
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Nice. Where are you located?
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Nice. Where are you located?
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126mm?
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126mm?
Yes
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Originally Posted by Force View Post
Nice Araya silver rims with machined sidewalls with Shimano 105 hubs. Includes tires/tubes (not sure how old) and Regina freewheel. Asking $100 plus actual shipping.
























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Would you know if they might fit a 1983 Raleigh SuperCourse that I have? Brochure photo of it attached.
Thanks.
Araya 27" wheels
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Originally Posted by SilverSteve View Post
Would you know if they might fit a 1983 Raleigh SuperCourse that I have? Brochure photo of it attached.
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They should fit. 6-speeds = 126mm, and converting from 27" to 700C actually frees up room for bigger tires.
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Originally Posted by ThermionicScott View Post
They should fit. 6-speeds = 126mm, and converting from 27" to 700C actually frees up room for bigger tires.
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Just bear in mind that you may need to replace the brakes with ones that have a longer reach if you don't have enough wiggle room to lower the pads to the level needed to contact the 700c rims properly...
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Price drop - $90 plus shipping to lower 48
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Price drop - $90 plus shipping to lower 48
I'd like to buy them if still available. Can I pay with U.S. Post Office money order? Should be couple days transit to you. E-mail address: stevee2012@yahoo.com
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I'd like to buy them if still available. Can I pay with U.S. Post Office money order? Should be couple days transit to you. E-mail address: stevee2012@yahoo.com
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Yes, still available - that is fine. I will send you an email. Thanks.
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I'd like to buy them if still available. Can I pay with U.S. Post Office money order? Should be couple days transit to you. E-mail address: stevee2012@yahoo.com
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Hello - i sent you an email, but have not heard back. Please contact me. Thanks.
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Still available?
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Atlanta area
I have a brother in Marietta and a sister in Winder, you anywhere near either of those? and how much without the tires and freewheel?
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@Force Id take the freewheel if you breakup the bundle.
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Originally Posted by ThermionicScott View Post
They should fit. 6-speeds = 126mm, and converting from 27" to 700C actually frees up room for bigger tires.
I've heard that this reduces the clearance of the bottom bracket, increasing the likelihood of pedal strikes. I think that bigger tires would offset this though.

I like those wheels! I'll bookmark this.
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Originally Posted by Mistafishy View Post
I've heard that this reduces the clearance of the bottom bracket, increasing the likelihood of pedal strikes. I think that bigger tires would offset this though.

I like those wheels! I'll bookmark this.
Pedal strike is more of a concern when making a large difference in wheel diameter. If you switched from 32mm tires on 27" rims to 35mm tires on 700C rims, the difference in BB height would only be 1mm. Negligible in my book.
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Originally Posted by Mistafishy View Post
I've heard that this reduces the clearance of the bottom bracket, increasing the likelihood of pedal strikes. I think that bigger tires would offset this though.

I like those wheels! I'll bookmark this.
Going from 27 inch to 700c is not a problem other than potentially brake reach.
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