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Re: Dawes Warwick

Paul
24 October, 2003 08:00PM
I think Reynolds 500 is plain guage chromoly steel tubing - nothing fancy but Reynolds tubing is always good quality. Reynolds 531 is double butted and
has been widely used for bike building.

Can't see anything on the web about the Dawes Warwick. How old do you think it is? The main thing with older steel framed bikes is to watch out
for rust damage. It might be worth checking that water hasn't got in the frame. Also, some anti-rust products found in car shops can be sprayed inside the frame.

Sounds like you've got a
real British touring bike...enjoy!
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