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PostPosted: Mon Jun 14, 2010 5:16 pm 
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Hello

I have these. Freewheel Sturmey Archer hubs. Front and rear, a bikesworth.

Large flange and quite nice looking, will be plenty strong too!

I rebuilt them with new balls yesterday. I love working on hubs, they're so straightforward and you can work with them on your lap. 8)

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What spoking are they Chris?

And the width of the rear one?


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They're both 36h. It's 110mm as is, but I could find spacers to make it wider.

I could do a rehome-my-wayward-Raleigh deal for these and my 1954 Lenton, as you're a regular. :wink:


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pencil me in if ned doesn't have them. :D


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chris667 wrote:
They're both 36h. It's 110mm as is, but I could find spacers to make it wider.

I could do a rehome-my-wayward-Raleigh deal for these and my 1954 Lenton, as you're a regular. :wink:


I really need a pair of vintage double fixed so not quite suitable. Please let them go if you've got a definite offer from another member.


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I rebuilt them with new balls yesterday. I love working on hubs, they're so straightforward and you can work with them on your lap.

Do you know how weird that reads lol :lol:
By the way have you any nice track bits I can have as the frame seems to be no go.


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