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oiling with a drum brake

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I have found it is best to use a light grease like what Sturmey-Archer uses. You can use it on the pawls and gears. It does not migrate to the drum like oil
aarons_bicycle_repair
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12:53 PM

Seatstay cable routing for the top-normal Alfines

(3)
Sorry, I can't tell you the non-turn washer combo, but between the washers Shimano sells and with swapping them to the other side, you can point the CJ in
Colin Bryant
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May 22

Tool or tools for removing innards from S3X hub?

(8)
Thanks. Someone else suggested a brass punch, so the authority for this tool grows. Now, I need to find a bike shop with an account at the Cyclone distributor
Patrick Moore
8
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May 20

New tool - Procrastination record

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Funny! The middle photo shows the lever wrench being use improperly! You should never push it down so hard and far on an old style clincher that is still
enginator1
21
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May 12

Re: [BOB] Sturmey Archer shifting question/Trials and travails of S3

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Yes, because with the original shifter mine either skipped in 2d or didn't go into 1st. The list chatter helped me get it working properly. Once again, a used
Patrick Moore
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May 8

Re: [BOB] Sturmey Archer shifting question/Trials and travails of S3

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Just one more post on this hub, to say "thanks" for the advice, which eventually guided me to getting the *$^&&#@!! thing to work properly! Next question: does
Patrick Moore
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May 7

multispeed fixed lash

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I misread; cheated again. Juuust kidding. In all seriousness, the S3X is a stopgap to adapt a bike to certain conditions, and it will work fine if I can just
Patrick Moore
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May 4
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