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Looking for Sturmey Archer SW parts list with newer part numbers.

Old 02-20-09, 02:21 PM
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Looking for Sturmey Archer SW parts list with newer part numbers.

Long shot hyper-specific request follows:

So I'm sorting out the Hugest pile of Sturmey Archer parts I've ever encountered, and I've run into some SW parts that are in boxes with only new style part numbers (HSA-XXX) and not old L, K, etc. numbers. I recognize some of them but my job would be a little easier if I had a SW exploded view that used the more modern numbers. I've checked the 1958 "Master Catalogue" (old numbers) and the 1971 SA section of the Raleigh catalog, which is too long after the hub was discontinued in 1960. The 1980 catalog compatibility chart skips over all the numbers in the correct range for SW because it's ridiculously obsolete by then, never mind what it is now.

Anybody have some Sturmey Archer Secrets(tm) stashed away from between 1958 and 1971 that might have these part numbers? I'll mail you a box of 13T SA cogs or something.
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Old 02-20-09, 03:07 PM
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Old 02-20-09, 03:59 PM
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The Sturmey Archer Heritage site has an exploded view of the SW:

https://www.sturmey-archerheritage.com/views/view-83.gif

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Thanks, those are the diagrams I had already. I've been able to piece together a few of the new part numbers from a 1968 Raleigh catalog and a 1970 pricelist, but it's not complete because the 1950s descriptions don't match the 1968-70 descriptions for every part. Sturmey Archer used at least three different part number schemes over time. For example, an AW planet cage is part K.515, HSA 113, and to order it from Raleigh at one time you needed an "IBM number" that was a six digit number. Because the parts I'm trying to sort came from lots of other shops, some as old as the 1950s, and some as recent as 1999, most of them have only one out of three different part numbers, often no description. I'm working on a spreadsheet that I'm hoping can include complete Sturmey Archer part numbers and descriptions, eventually a webpage with images of the parts I have on hand to photograph.

Sturmey Archer made a lot of stuff.

I've still got those 13 tooth cogs for anyone that can get me the HSA/HMN part numbers for the SW!
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I have a couple of Sturmey Archer catalogs/manuals, but unfortunately they pre-date the SW. However, if you have a gear ring (part #668) for an AM hub, let me know!

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One more idea: you might check the Old Bike Trader website of S-A parts for sale. They use part #s that might correspond to your boxes:

https://oldbiketrader.co.uk/display_S...ternalhubparts

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Would you happen to have some sw pawls or axle key you would like to part with?
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I have a couple of Sturmey Archer catalogs/manuals, but unfortunately they pre-date the SW. However, if you have a gear ring (part #668) for an AM hub, let me know!

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Wish I could help. My 50's master catalogue is the uses the old system. I'll stay posted... I'm interested in the result.
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