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Sturmey Archer Axle Nut - HMN128

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Product Reviews (2)
Overall Product Rating 5 / 5
Perfect fit
By
11 Jul 2017
5 / 5
I recommend this product
ConsNothing
ProsPerfect
It's just amazing that I've been able to find a genuine replacement for my 36 year old 3 speed hub's damaged axle bolt. My dear old bike is now back on track.
Thank you so much, SJS Cycles!

Essential Source For Sturmey Archer Spares
By
05 Jul 2011
5 / 5
I recommend this product
ConsNot cheap
ProsGenuine spare
"For want of a nail, the horse was lost." And for want of a simple nut, a bike can be useless. But for owners of a Sturmey Archer hub gear, the axle nut is not so simple. Only the specific SA spare will do the job. When I needed one, I found that none of the bicycle shops in my area carried the appropriate part. "Oh, you've got the modern version. Sorry, we don't stock those." I was mightily relieved to discover SJS Cycles, with their comprehensive range of spares. Thank you, SJSC.
Questions & Answers (4)
Hi, Is This The Correct Axle Nut (Brake Side) For My 1981 Sab3 Hub?
By
04 Jul 2017
Hi,

This should indeed be a suitable nut for fitting to your Sab3 hub.

Thanks.
Hi, Will This Fit Axle Of The X-Rd5 5 Speed Hub?
By
20 Apr 2017
Hello,

Yes this product will fit.

Thanks.
This Axle Nut Fits To My 3 Speed Rear Hub From 1981?
By
27 Mar 2017
just the question
Hi,

As long as it is a Sturmey 3spd hub that you have then this nut will fit it fine.

Thanks.
Sturmey Archer Axle Nut Hmn128: Fits Sa X_rf8(W)?
By
10 Nov 2014
Hi,

Will Sturmey Archer Axle Nut HMN128 fit the axle of the SA 8 speed hub gear, x_rf8(w)? Thanks.
Hi,

Although this nut uses the same threading as the original I'd recommend sticking with the original as it was a domed nut with a longer thread allowing for a stronger connection. We do sell the domed options and they are SJSC part number 19090.

Thanks.