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1930's SA quadrant shifter VS 1952 SW three speed hub!

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1930's SA quadrant shifter VS 1952 SW three speed hub!

Old 05-08-10, 05:26 PM
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1930's SA quadrant shifter VS 1952 SW three speed hub!

Does anyone know if the old quadrant shifters will have the correct shifting spread for a 50's hub???

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If that quadrant shifter was for an AW, it should work. The SW didn't require a specialized trigger.

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