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    Old classic tubular wheels

    A slightly mis-matched wheelset with Campagnolo low-flange hubs, Ambrosio Montreal rims, DB spokes. 126mm spacing, dished for 6-sp freewheels. the front rim says "Colnago Corse", but I'm pretty sure it's an Ambrosio rim. Will consider breaking down the wheels to sell hubs alone.
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    no skewers?

    i would break them down and either sell the newly polished and rebuilt hubs on craigs or build them up on new sun clinchers and use them.
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    Well, as for building them into clinchers, I pretty much ONLY ride tubulars, and besides, I have too many wheels as it is. Craigslist locally is pretty much Wal-Mart bikes, and people who wouldn't pay more than $5 for an old hub.

    I'll probably break them down, and use the rims as tire-stretchers.
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