Tri Arbour supports

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CyrusHerts
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Tri Arbour supports

Postby CyrusHerts » Sat Dec 02, 2017 9:17 am

I recently purchased a 2nd hand Simon Little Tri Arbour rack

However, some of the nylon/rubber supports are missing

I messaged Simon Little for replacements and the suggestion for replacements was just a little long winded (payment was to be by £1 coins in a sae envelope!)

Any suggestions of where else I can buy some from?

Thanks
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Re: Tri Arbour supports

Postby STodd » Sat Dec 02, 2017 11:10 am

Simon is a very straight guy - whatever he suggested you do would be to presumably save on the expense, both for him and you.

(I've bought two custom racks from him, and collected both in person - top man)
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Re: Tri Arbour supports

Postby SAP7 » Sat Dec 02, 2017 12:24 pm

Agree
Send him a letter and deal with it. I expect I’d be pleased he took the time to bother as he won’t make anything.
I’d not bother with coins either. Round up to the nearest note and tip!
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