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  1. #1 WANTED 
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    I am looking for a set of ribster wheels for a triumph based marlin
    can you help ???
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    I have a set of these.
    20200820_114642 by Robin Martin, on Flickr

    No longer required as I am fitting wire wheels. They are the orginal wheels as suppplied by Marlin. They were fitted to a Marina based car but I understand they are the same as those fitted to Trumph.
    No idea how to send them to Germany though!

    Cheers, Robin
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    Interested if hasse doesn't want them. Sent you a PM, Robin.
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    I've now agreed to buy these but there are only four. Has anyone got one lurking in their garage they would be willing to sell? They are Octavo 100+ 13x5.5


    octavo 100+.jpg
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    Or get a spare wheel cover that will hide the oddball wheel and also protect it from UV degradation. From personal experience, when you have a flat tyre any wheel is good!
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    Quote Originally Posted by HairyDave View Post
    Or get a spare wheel cover that will hide the oddball wheel and also protect it from UV degradation. From personal experience, when you have a flat tyre any wheel is good!
    I have one and that's what I plan to do until I find another wheel as I reckon it might be a challenge to track one down.
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