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    Request: Sturmey Archer dynamo light internals

    Could someone please post a photo of the internals of their sturmey archer dynamo light (front and rear...but especially rear) internals? I am currently rewiring mine but they were not complete to begin with. I'd be grateful. Thanks.

    Rats, wrong forum. C&v please.
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    there is at least one thread on here about someone redoing their SA dynohub. I have one apart, I'll see if I can take some pics. I am pretty sure there are docs about these hubs online. Depending on what was taken apart, it may not work too well

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    Lots of information is available on the Sturmey-Archer Heritage site, including service manuals and wiring diagrams.

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    Quote Originally Posted by unterhausen View Post
    there is at least one thread on here about someone redoing their SA dynohub. I have one apart, I'll see if I can take some pics. I am pretty sure there are docs about these hubs online. Depending on what was taken apart, it may not work too well
    I believe he is asking for pictures of the internals of the lights themselves, not the hubs. Though I do agree you want to be careful taking the hub down so you don't damage the magnet in it.

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