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Default Want to trade 40-hole bike rim for 36 hole

I have a pair of aluminium 18" WM3 rims, both 40 hole. I need one of them,
but instead of the other need a 36 hole, same size. One is Dunlop, the
other Akront, both shouldered & dimpled, look the same. Both in
good-to-excellent condition - the Akront has a better polish.

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Default Want to trade 40-hole bike rim for 36 hole

sure, bring it over

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I have a pair of aluminium 18" WM3 rims, both 40 hole. I need one of them,
but instead of the other need a 36 hole, same size. One is Dunlop, the
other Akront, both shouldered & dimpled, look the same. Both in
good-to-excellent condition - the Akront has a better polish.

Email

single
dot
use
at
tesco
dot
net

for pics; looking to trade even-steven.

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