27 INCH BIKE RIMS. BIKE RIMS
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27 Inch Bike Rims
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There is 2 pages of photos of bike 4 sale with my name, address and phone number .I can be reached at Tony 989-621-3789 1101 Elm Street Mt. Pleasant Please, call me before coming to be sure I am home. Thanks! These bikes are in my sheds, so if you'd please let me know what bike(s) you're interested in I can have it out for you to see ahead of time. Thanks! Code enforcement won't let me keep them out front at all . If you are looking for a specific bike not seen ask me I may have one to be repaired or can be on the look out for you. These bikes have been repaired and cleaned up and ready to ride. If you would like adjustments made I can do that too prior to your buying. All sales are final, but of course should you encounter a problem shortly after buying the bike, please contact me and I will see what I can do for you , like brake adjustment, chain problems or gear shifting problems. I ask all of you to please take the bike(s) for a test drive to see if there are any changes I need to make to the bike to be to your liking. I also do repairs $20.00 labor charge to fix your bike in general; which does not include labor to straightening each rim. To fix a flat it is $10.00 labor and $1.00 for each patch or plus $5.00 for a new tube. $15.00 for a new tire. I have 20, 26 & 27 inch in stock. . To straighten a rim I charge $15.00 per rim or you can buy a rim wheel without a tire for $20.00 installed or for $15.00 uninstalled.I have 12 inch up to 27 inch ones available. I have 4 new training wheel sets for $10.00 and some used ones for $5.00 each. I also sell used parts ; such as front and rear derailleurs, bearings,brakes and used chains.I also have a lot of different forks for bikes too $5.00 per fork. I try my best to be here when you need me to be and I am open 7 days a week and can pretty much be open at what ever time you need me to be, as I have no set hours. If you want to buy a bike not fixed at a reduced price that can be done too; just let me know what you are looking for and I will see what I can do for you .
Polished Alloy rims
Difficult to illustrate, but perhaps the reflections of the spokes show how nicely these rims polished back from the dull oxidized satin finish as received on the 22 year old bike. I just used automotive aluminum wheel polish, applied and buffed off by hand using clean cotton terry rags. These rims quickly returned to near new condition much easier and with better results than I would have expected.
These square labels are from the Wolber era of the 1980s Super Champion rims... earlier models had oval labels. And I believe the blue on silver foil indicated the 27 inch size of these rims - rather than red for 700c size. Otherwise, construction and dimensions of the rims had remained the same. This photo was taken after I had ridden for several miles over dirt and gravel roads where one route suddenly had closed for construction, but I had decided to continue riding on through. The bike and wheels performed admirably, regardless of the numerous potholes I'd encountered.
As I do with most wheels which I receive in used condition, I had gradually de-tensioned the spokes all around the rims and then essentially re-built the wheels, carefully tensioning all the spokes. Had any of the spoke nipples been damaged or rounded, this would have also been a perfect opportunity to replace them as needed. It is also a good time to examine the spoke holes of a rim, clean away any rust, corrosion or grit which may have accumulated, and perhaps even add a tiny bit of lubricant where the heads of the nipples would contact the eyelets.
I know this must all sound excessive, but a few minutes spent on preliminary preparation really makes tensioning a wheel much easier in the end. I'm sure we have all heard the painful squeaking sound produced when some old spokes are tightened. That "friction-complaint" is something I always like to avoid, and this is easy to do at an early stage of a re-build. When the newly re-tensioned wheel is once again completed, I feel I can trust it for many thousands of miles.
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