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Torubleshooting a Rebuilt Sturmey-Archer Hub

Old 10-02-22, 11:40 PM
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Troubleshooting a Rebuilt Sturmey-Archer Hub

Since it was my first time rebuilding and servicing a hub, I ran into a few issues, and one of them I decided to film the troubleshooting process I went through. Turn subtitles on to read the steps I took as I fixed the problem and reassembled the pieces! Enjoy!

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I remember a similar problem from aligning the axle slot with the axle key. Keeping the left cone on ensures that the hub is properly aligned with the axle slot.
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