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Old 05-27-21, 12:30 PM
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For free: Dunlop EA3 36h rims and a chrome fender

Here are some good quality, "made in England" Dunlop EA3 (26x1-3/8") 36h rims, and a fender for the same wheel size. Good for your old roadster or other three-speed type thing. A little surface rust that I'm confident would clean off easily with tinfoil or other such polish.

Free, you pay shipping or come pick them up. I'm listing them here before they go into the trash.



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Originally Posted by scarlson View Post
Here are some good quality, "made in England" Dunlop EA3 (26x1-3/8") 36h rims, and a fender for the same wheel size. Good for your old roadster or other three-speed type thing. A little surface rust that I'm confident would clean off easily with tinfoil or other such polish.

Free, you pay shipping or come pick them up. I'm listing them here before they go into the trash.



I'm sure the guys posting in the 3 speed thread would snap these up
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Originally Posted by Unca_Sam View Post
I'm sure the guys posting in the 3 speed thread would snap these up
This thread? For the love of English 3 speeds

Is it kosher to post free stuff in there? I may have more old Raleigh gear I can also throw in. Some twist-shifters or something, and brake levers maybe.
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This thread? For the love of English 3 speeds

Is it kosher to post free stuff in there? I may have more old Raleigh gear I can also throw in. Some twist-shifters or something, and brake levers maybe.
I'm not a mod, but you posted it here first, so it's only announcing that these are here. There are more than a few complaints about bad rims on otherwise nice english 3 speeds.
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You have the upgraded membership and you're not making money off of these. Definitely mention them in that thread.

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More free stuff! All of the above still available, and I'm adding more!

First, here's a picture of how well these rims clean up. A ten-second scrubbing with tinfoil went from the spotted finish on the left to the beautiful sheen on the right:


Plus all this, also free to whomever wants it, cost of shipping.
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Surprised I did not see this sooner. Picked up a 73 Raleigh LTD and rims have a couple of dents that I could hammer but they are never quite right after no matter how careful.
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All Right!!

Think everything's pending gone except the 3sp grip shifters. I imagine those will be harder to give away.
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