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Sturmey Archer S-RF3 3Spd Aluminium Freewheel Hub - 36 Hole

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- Hub Shell Material - 6061 Aluminum
- Axle Diameter - 13/32” Slotted
- Axle Length - 163mm
- Over Locknut Dimension - 117mm
- Right Axle Protrusion Length - 20.0mm
- Left Axle Protrusion Length - 20.3mm
- Spoke Holes - 36
- Pitch Circle Diameter - 67mm
- Flange Width - 54.0mm
- Spoke Compatibility - 13g or 14g
- Chain Line: 1/8” Flat 13T ? 19T - 40.0 38.4
- Chain Line: 1/8” Dished 17T ? 22T - 41.8 40.1 38.4 36.7
- Chain Line: 3/32” Flat 16T - 40.3 39.7 38.6 38.0
- Chain Line: 3/32” Dished 17T ? 22T - 42.0 40.4 37.9 36.2
- Indicator Chain - HSA126 Mark II
- Weight - 1020g

Gear Ratio:
- Overall Range - 177%
- Gear 1 - 0.75 (-25.0%)
- Gear 2 - 1.00 (Direct Drive)
- Gear 3 - 1.33 (+33.3%)

NOTE: Does not include Sprocket or Shifter
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Questions & Answers (2)
Can This Hub Be Respaced At 110Mm As Per The 28H Version. Thanks
By
18 Oct 2016
SJS Customer Service:
Hi,

You could re-space this down if you wanted to, the axle would protrude from the frame a long way though.

Thanks.
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By
08 Feb 2015
Hi

Im looking for this http://www.sjscycles.co.uk/sturmeyarchersrf33spdaluminiumfreewheelhub36holeprod8162/

but with a 119mm OLD. Can you order one for me?

Cheers

Peter
SJS Customer Service:
Hi,

This hub is not available with an OLD of 119mm, it is only 2mm large however so will still fit. Your frame should easily be able clamp down enough to hold the hub tight or alternatively if you were to fit a 2mm washer to the axle you should still have plenty of thread to get the nuts done up fully.

Thanks.