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Anyone got a drop bar 3 speed? Pics are always a plus, of course!

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Anyone got a drop bar 3 speed? Pics are always a plus, of course!

Old 12-07-22, 09:42 AM
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Originally Posted by tcs
BTW, those Dynohub terminals are British standard B2A 'sparkplug' threads, if anybody wants to get some brass thumb nuts for quick disconnect.

This is a great tip. Did you find those locally at a hardware store?
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Originally Posted by Ged117
This is a great tip. Did you find those locally at a hardware store?
Here in Parts Unknown I had to order them from the UK.
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Originally Posted by Ged117
How do you like the bar end SA shifter? I wish they'd made one for the four-speed hubs, though my period trigger shifter is working OK, eventually it'll wear out.
I'm really glad SunRace came out with those bar-end shifters. There's also one for 5-speed hubs, but none for 4 currently, unfortunately. With a little filing of the mount, they can also be used as top-tube shifters:

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