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Re: Two IGH`s in one drivetrain. Possible?

Is this some sort of cargo recumbent? What sort of gross weight? What is your maximum chainring size? If your electric assist needs are only intermittent,
Colin Bryant
Sep 21
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11741

Re: Two IGH`s in one drivetrain. Possible?

I forgot that I posted here. this is what is happening (and not happening): Anything around the BB is not happening. Limited space due to the shape of the
bad.mother@ymail.com
Sep 21
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11740

Re: Dahon Roo EL w/SRAM Sparc electric IGH

Neither Jane nor I noticed a problem when riding a bike with the Copenhagen wheel. We will borrow Perennial Cycles demo bike and swap the wheel into Jane's
Mark Stonich
Sep 12
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11739

Re: Dahon Roo EL w/SRAM Sparc electric IGH

Just a comment -- at Interbike in 2014 I rode a pedal-controlled, derailleur-equipped Dahon folder with a hub motor in the rear wheel. The torque sensor was in
John Allen
Sep 12
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11738

Dahon Roo EL w/SRAM Sparc electric IGH

Between 2008 and 2010 I bought a couple of Dahon Roo EL electric folding bikes. I travelled with and rode one of them and borrowed the drivetrain of the other
jmhosken
Sep 12
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11737

Re: NuVinci hubs

I really like my n360. 5 years and 3000 km and better every day . is the only real service free in the market. Never touched , always working perfectly. The
Thiago A S Marquardt
Sep 10
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11736

Re: NuVinci hubs

Hi Michael, I've put a thousand miles on a couple N360s but have only ridden and examined a N171 once. ... The feel is the same, that seamless ratio change
conboymike
Sep 10
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11735

Re: NuVinci hubs

n171 was something closer to a prototype and n360 is a product. I think the main difference is the weight and the turns in the shifter. 2017-09-09 15:24
Thiago A S Marquardt
Sep 9
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11734

NuVinci hubs

I have a NuVinvi N171 - the old hub - sitting in a box unused. My thought is to build it into a wheel and mount it on a bike. Is the new N360 enough better
Michael Wilson
Sep 9
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11733

Re: John Hunziker hybrid gearing adapter for Sturmey-Archer hub with

About dishing a sprocket: I forgot to mention that I had a heavy plate with hole in it clamped over the sprocket , not only the 1/8" thick one under the
John Allen
Sep 3
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11732

Re: John Hunziker hybrid gearing adapter for Sturmey-Archer hub with

... Yes. I once modified a 32T SunTour Pro-compe sprocket using an arbor press (machine shop tool which pushes down a steel plunger toward a steel table, used
John Allen
Sep 3
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11731

Re: John Hunziker hybrid gearing adapter for Sturmey-Archer hub with

I just use a modified flat cassette cog and a dished Shimano IGH cog with a 1mm freewheel/bb spacer. You also have to reshape the remaining 3 dogs slightly.
Mark Stonich
Sep 2
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11730

Re: John Hunziker hybrid gearing adapter for Sturmey-Archer hub with

40 years ago I brazed an Atom/Regina body onto an AW driver. I forget how Jim Berger & Katherine Langley did theirs back then. Does anyone on this list have a
Michael Wilson
Sep 2
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John Allen
Sep 1
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11728

Re: John Hunziker hybrid gearing adapter for Sturmey-Archer hub with

The seller is a customer who recently offered to sell this to me. While I like having oddities like this, I doubt I’d actually use it. I’d rather see it go
Mark Stonich
Sep 1
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