wheel set 406mm / 20", Sturmey Archer hub: SOLD

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wheel set 406mm / 20", Sturmey Archer hub: SOLD

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1 pair of Sun CR18 rims, 36 spoke stainless, plain gauge, with Sturmey Archer SRF3 hub / plain vanilla front hub. Unused and in as-new, if a bit dusty, condition. Ideal for APB / TSR / SST (or indeed any other 20" wheel cycle) user who is looking into building a hub-gear / derailleur hybrid. (Mick F will tell you how good that combo can be on a twenty inch wheel bike)
Asking a Bargainateous £50. :D
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Including shifter / sprocket? Any pics?
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A bargain indeed. If I could squeeze it into my Dawes kingpin I might be interested but spreading the stays to accommodate it might be a stretch too far. I assume the oln dimensions are 135mm.
Is the hub the version which accepts a standard 9 speed cassette.?
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Including shifter / sprocket?
Not at that price - sorry - just the wheelset. OLN measures as shown - waaaay less than 130mm !! :-)
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Is the hub the version which accepts a standard 9 speed cassette.?
I have to say I don't know... I bought the wheels donks ago with a view to recreating the excellent 27 speed transmission I had on an earlier TSR, however I have now swerved away from S-Aness in favour of Shimanoness (ie their Alfine), which doesn't quite have the colossal range/step combination offered by an S-A / derailleur hybrid but is a mighty fine solution. :-)
I'm assuming the hub gear is suitable for mounting a cassette driver on it, otherwise I can't see why I'd've bought it, but caveat emptor, please!
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The SA hub comes with two locknuts on the LH side which makes it 135mm.
Take one nut off, and it's 130mm wide.

My Moulton came with a "compromise" 132mm rear end.
That is, squeeze it in for the original 130mm hub. It played havoc with the 130mm QR. :shock:

Or, flex it out to squeeze in a 135mm hub. Not easy, I reckon!

What I did, was the compress the rear triangle so it was 130mm OLN.
Perfect!

Then I bought the SA3sp, and realised that to take off one of the LH nuts, it was spot-on 130mm.

Look at this:
https://www.sturmey-archer.com/en/produ ... rf3-silver

Note the picture has one locknut, but the linked PDF shows 135mm.
https://www.sturmey-archer.com/files/ca ... %20F30.pdf

One nut or two? :D
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Are these still available please?
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Hi ff,
sorry to say they're gone...
rgds,
S
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