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1952 Sturmey Archer G6 Dyno Hub $50

Old 08-29-18, 12:40 PM
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1952 Sturmey Archer G6 Dyno Hub $50

This G6 is dated 10 '52, and has been cleaned and overhauled. Please send me a PM if interested. Asking $50 Plus actual shipping from the Portland, OR area. Payment via PayPal Friends please.
OR MAKE ME AN OFFER. I might consider a trade for a metronome - a mechanical one.




Small crack in plastic under left nut.

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How many spoke holes?
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Originally Posted by USAZorro
How many spoke holes?
I see a "32" marking.
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Oops, I let that slip by. I have 2 hubs - the one pictured is 1952 & I have a 1960. I tried to combine the ads, but I see there are only photos of the older hub.

Both hubs are 32 spoke. I have a penchant, as many of you know, to disassemble & overhaul these old SA hubs. Both hubs have been overhauled, cleaned, regressed & new bearings. Of course, I did not remove the magnets & when tested with a volt meter on my wheel truing stand they both produced electricity as they should
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Makes me wish I had something to put one of these on.
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Originally Posted by USAZorro
How many spoke holes?
24. 16 little round ones on one side, 8 funny shaped ones on the other.
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