looking for 20 inch fenders

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clare at snyder.on.ca

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Anyone know where I could get several sets of the old style fenders
used on regular 20" kid's bikes years ago? Not the round profile like
the chrome fenders on the banana bikes, but the ones with the center
ridge like on the old Raleigh roadsters and CCM bikes?

Canadian source preferred but beggers can't be choosers.

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Dan Burkhart

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clare at snyder.on.ca said:
Anyone know where I could get several sets of the old style fenders
used on regular 20" kid's bikes years ago? Not the round profile like
the chrome fenders on the banana bikes, but the ones with the center
ridge like on the old Raleigh roadsters and CCM bikes?

Canadian source preferred but beggers can't be choosers.

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Clare
You are in Waterloo, correct? I could get these for you, but it would likey be handier for you to just go to one of the local shops like King St Cycles at King and Erb. If Andy has the D'Amour catalogue, which I am sure he does, they are listed there.
Your talking about a $15-$20 item here. Hardly gonna save enough buying on line to pay the shipping.
Dan Burkhart
www.boomerbicycle.ca
 
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clare at snyder.on.ca

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On Fri, 11 Jan 2008 04:29:33 +1100, Dan Burkhart
<[email protected]> wrote:

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>clare at snyder.on.ca Wrote:
>> Anyone know where I could get several sets of the old style fenders
>> used on regular 20" kid's bikes years ago? Not the round profile like
>> the chrome fenders on the banana bikes, but the ones with the center
>> ridge like on the old Raleigh roadsters and CCM bikes?
>>
>> Canadian source preferred but beggers can't be choosers.
>>
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>Clare
>You are in Waterloo, correct? I could get these for you, but it would
>likey be handier for you to just go to one of the local shops like King
>St Cycles at King and Erb. If Andy has the D'Amour catalogue, which I am
>sure he does, they are listed there.
>Your talking about a $15-$20 item here. Hardly gonna save enough
>buying on line to pay the shipping.
>Dan Burkhart
>www.boomerbicycle.ca



Thanks - I'll go check at Schipplings first if I can catch him open -
then try King Street or McPhails.

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