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Sturmey Archer S2C Kickback Hub Now Available

Old 08-19-10, 06:55 AM
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Originally Posted by tcs
This is outside the pardigms for lot of folks coming from derailleur/cassette hubs. The S2C's OLD is 116mm. The axle is 162mm long.

Simply space it out with some washers and put it in anything. Doh!


PS - You'll have to understand chainline.
So with an axle length of 162mm, what would be the maximum OLD with, say, 5mm thick dropouts? Or rather, what is the minimum length the axle needs to protrude beyond the outside of the dropouts? How wide are the lockwashers and nuts?
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