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Old 08-29-11, 02:49 PM   #1
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SA shifter cable termination

The cable that came with my new Sturmey Archer SRC3 was way too long so I cut it and the housing at the hub end after getting some connector sleeves from the local bait and tackle shop.

This thread in C&V describes the process somewhat:

http://www.bikeforums.net/showthread...t-Cable-Crimps

but I cannot crimp the sleeves without deforming them to the point where they no longer fit into the threaded connector (anchorage?). I tried to solder with flux on the cable, some electrical solder and a torch, but that also left a lump too large to fit into the connector.

Alternatively, would one of these anchorages

http://sheldonbrown.com/harris/sturm...her-parts.html

work with the new SA hubs? I guess the question may be, is the indicator chain that comes with the new kits backward compatible with the old style anchorage that uses a nut and bolt to attach the cable?

If anyone could suggest another approach or specific tools or techniques I'd be grateful.

thanks!

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