In a message dated 7/29/2007 6:46:26 PM Mountain Daylight Time,
Can the Daytons be used with tubeless tires or do you still
Is it realistic that the Daytons never need truing?
What is the best deal on Daytons and new hubs? it looks like
British Wire Wheel in Fresno might be best for me (3 hours away). Has
anyone dealt with them?
What works best at lubing the splined hubs?
I bought a set of Daytons for my MG MIdget a couple of years ago. They are
tubeless and I've had no issues with them at all. I got them from British WW
and found them great to do business with. I bought new tires from Tire Rack
and had them drop shipped to BWW and they mounted and balanced them at no
I used a silver neverseize from the local autparts (in case it leaked I
wanted it to be less evident) and have had no problems removing a rear wheel a
couple of times (for access to the fuel pump).
Robert B. Houston
Texan in New Mexico
As he stared at her ample bosom, he daydreamed of the dual Stromberg
carburetors in his vintage Triumph, highly functional yet pleasingly formed,
perched prominently on top of the intake manifold, aching for experienced
hands, the small knurled caps of the oil dampeners begging to be inspected and
described in chapter seven of the shop manual.
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