( This is a question is for all you vintage Sturmey Archer bike mechanics out there. )
- I have an old SA shift cable assembly with a housing that is totally shot (worse than the one below) - and I would like to replace it with something that looks period correct.
- Harris sells a universal replacement cable assembly that has a big bolt back at the connector for the indicator chain, which to me looks wholly inappropriate.
-I was hoping I could build my own - I have an old HKPorter crimping tool, but what can I use and where should I look for crimped ends?
- Also, I'd like to know if anyone has experience using plastic heat shrink tubing in place of the plastic sleeve that covers the exposed portion of the cable that runs along the TT and back over the pulley. (See below)