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Re: LUBE for SA hubs? Autotrans fluid?

Ah, fellow shafties ;-) I had a Dynamic mountain bike (Outback) and now a folder (Sidekick). I thought Dynamic's suggested maintenance of "a couple pumps from
conboymike
Aug 11, 2014
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9951

Re: LUBE for SA hubs? Autotrans fluid?

What lube do you use for the Dynamic shaft drive gear train? I believe it is a Sussex chainless drive system which I have on one bike. In my case the rear
Michael Wilson
Aug 11, 2014
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9950

Re: LUBE for SA hubs? Autotrans fluid?

NLGI grade 00 semi-fluid grease is available in tubes with enough to do 6-8 SA AWs at any place that services commercial lawn mowers for about $9. It's used in
Mark Stonich
Aug 10, 2014
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9949

Re: LUBE for SA hubs? Autotrans fluid?

... This was discussed a while back, donÆt recall what details appeared here, but there are comparisons of transmission fluids online and most of them (but
David Chase
Aug 10, 2014
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9948

Re: LUBE for SA hubs? Autotrans fluid?

On 10/08/2014 16:57, jbabic@... [Geared_hub_bikes] wrote: Interesting to note that this page does not list liquid lubricants, only greases.  Also
Ian
Aug 10, 2014
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9947

Re: LUBE for SA hubs? Autotrans fluid?

Give it a try and share your results, both long term and short term. It is my understanding that certain seal compounds are not compatible with certain
jpbabic
Aug 10, 2014
#9947
 
9946

Re: LUBE for SA hubs? Autotrans fluid?

Maybe I should move beyond my cans of Sturmey Archer oil? Michael Wilson
Michael Wilson
Aug 10, 2014
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9945

Re: LUBE for SA hubs? Autotrans fluid?

An interesting thread on a greenpower site about the issue: http://www.greenpower.co.uk/forum/discussion/comment/10212#Comment_10212 On Sat, Aug 9, 2014 at
Zack B
Aug 9, 2014
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9944

Re: LUBE for SA hubs? Autotrans fluid?

I think there are two basic tenets for this: 1) you need lubrication 2) as long as the grease and fluid are compatible you are good, see item 1) Aaron
wahooncx
Aug 9, 2014
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9943

Re: LUBE for SA hubs? Autotrans fluid?

Clear as mud! http://www.bikeforums.net/classic-vintage/554302-oiling-sturmey-archer-hub.html
Doug Litchfield
Aug 9, 2014
#9943
 
9942

LUBE for SA hubs? Autotrans fluid?

Some while ago I contacted a lube firm for advice to minimise losses in hub gears for the greenpower car racing. I offerred 3 in 1 or molyslip. Surprisingly
giffsmiths
Aug 6, 2014
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9941

Re: Has anyone experience or knowledge of running 2 hubs? One hub w

Thanks for all the replies. I'm tempted to do it any way. The SA S5 is all but bulletproof and the second hub will mostly be in direct drive. Only on the 2
giffsmiths
Aug 6, 2014
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9940

Re: IG hub cable pull measurements

You're welcome. I'm still working on the tables to make them more readable. Aaron Goss has made some useful suggestions. Next, derailleur shifters. There will
John Allen
Aug 5, 2014
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9939

Re: IG hub cable pull measurements

Thanks for taking all of these measurements John. This is a great reference and will be helpful for others who are playing with custom shifter solutions. It
Alex Wetmore
Aug 5, 2014
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9938

Alfine di2

Does anyone on this list use either of the Alfine DI2 setups? If so how do they like the di2? Michael Wilson
Michael Wilson
Aug 2, 2014
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