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On Tue, 27 Apr 2021 10:46:01 +0100, T i m wrote:

On Tue, 27 Apr 2021 09:34:08 +0100, PeterC


The amount of work is another factor and even then
there'd still be a wobbly wheel

Did I miss the previous mention of that OOI? ;-)

unless I could wrap something round the

So is this a worn (collapsing?) wheel (/ bearing), axle or both Peter,
as having to also deal with that (properly) would all push the cost /
ease / time of any DIY repair up. ;-(

Cheers, T i m

Wheel is sound, holes/axle worn, probably easy to do a bodge (I had a
Vincent where the forks' bushes had bits of oil can wrapped round them!).

I've decided against Walsall for two reasons:
Puncture-proof tyre started to fail after a few months; Waslsall no help
Not made for me - small grips and 'feet' close together so that easy to
catch with big feet (tick) and long legs (tick), according to reviews.

I'll go for one of these:
I don't know why the difference in price.
Some of the 'plastic' ones look good, but the pans are too fragile.
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