In a message dated 98-08-01 22:31:16 EDT, email@example.com writes:
> Anyone, feel free to correct me if I am in error here. My understanding
> is that the current Dunlop wire wheels are actually made in India under
> license. There is nothing wrong with them "per se"; however, I am told
> that these new wheels often require some truing, etc., before being used.
> My suspicion is that a good vendor of same would ensure that the wheel
> was pretty much ready to use before shipping it. I know some vendors do
> just that, but I can't vouch for all of them.
> Does that sound right to everyone? The above is based on ten-year-old
> information (garnered during a fellow local club member's TR2 restoration).
Right. Based on my research in '92, Dayton wheels were better. (TRF had
Daytons in '93 when I bought mine. They cost more but if you watch the sales,
they can be bought at a competitive price. Be sure to get NEW adaptors if you
get new wire wheels. Cheers.