Old 07-08-10, 10:03 AM
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Originally Posted by Chris_in_Miami View Post
Yes, the indicator is similar to an AW, it sounds like you've nailed it down for me. It wasn't clear to me from the descriptions of the four-speed hubs that the indicator is entirely different, thanks for the clarification!

Is the indicator for the left side still available, or will I need to modify an AW chain to fit?
If you took a normal looking indicator out of it, you don't have a four-speed hub. But to answer your question, the four-speed indicator is a totally different animal from the AW-type indicator. You'd need to be a good machinist to convert one.

Lemme see if I can attach a photo.... These indicators are hard to find; but no worries, I'm pretty sure you don't need one.
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