| would anyone have an exploded drawing of a shimano 3cc 3speed coaster brake hub or a link to one.just finishing my latest project and the hub came in three boxes ,not normal one would say|
| I may have one I can scan. I'll try and get to it today.|
| There are a few early diagrams here at oldroads:|
And some newer model diagrams at Shimano's web site;
Maybe these will be of some help?
| I don't know if this will be any more help than the others already suggested.|
| from all the replies i have been able to reassemble the hub and surprisingly it works photos of finished project to come soon thank you Gordon and Joe M|
| I don't have it at hand, but I'm pretty sure Glenn's has a section on maintaining shimano 3 speeds.|
| hello everyone. i p/u this nice bike a lenton grans prix. the Serial # on the seat lug is 69849RA. there is another # under the BB that is different. the model is a reg harris. the paint is really bad, so i'm having the decal remade. i would like to get some orig. equip. back on this bike, like maybe the handlebars, seat and rims. i tried some vintage campy high flange hubs, but these dont fit thru the dropouts. the diameter of the axle is to big. now i dont want to file the drop outs. currently, the rear hub is a normandy lux. comp. i think th orig. were bhrace light, can anyone confirm that??|
how can i build rims for these?? will any normandy lux hubs work? or was there a different size for raleighs??
| I have a 1958 Lenton Grand Prix Reg Harris model, all original and unmolested. It has Sturmey Archer FM 4 speed hub with 3 cog cluster and Cyclo Benelux derailer, Williams single chainwheel up front, turn down steel bars with original ivory tape and plugs, Brooks B16 saddle, 21 inch frame of Reynolds 531 main tubes, 27 X 1 and 1/4 replacement gum walls on steel dunlop rims. Transfers are beautiful as are the graphics!I can send digi-photo if interested. Also the bicycle is for sale. $350 you pay shipping from zip code 02351, Continental US only. paul|
| sure send me pics at Ricbog@aol.com|
| This is an original Mercury roadster:|
Not Mine etc---sam
| Thank you, Sam. That one looks a wee bit more "vintage" than the one I saw - and have subsequently purchased. No collectors value, I'm sure. Just a tear-apart and for casual riding. Cleaned up rather nicely. Needed all the usual stuff - oiling and adjustment. Gave me some fits at first but all's well now. Still, I intend to tear it down soon and learn something. The neighbors love it, what with the generator lights and all. The've asked me if I have telegrams for them as it is a "courier" model. Pretty fast bike, too.|
| Is this the right discussion forum to ask questions about my Armstrong 3-speed? I just picked one up and am curious to find out more about the year it was made, the company, and good resources for stock parts or at least reproduction parts. I had posted at the Lightweights forum but was told I'd probably have better luck here. Thanks. Paul |
| Not an expert here but I have an Armstrong 3 speed as well.|
Mine is what I call Raleigh built. And of course resembles a Raleigh.Assuming yours has its original Sturmey Archer rear hub there should be a date on it.There are plenty of general 3 speed parts right here.
If you want I can email some pictures of mine to see if it will help identify yours. Spike
| Thanks for the advice. I'll check the hub. It's pretty much all stock except for one of the cables.|
| I have a ladies Royal Enfield bicycle made in Reddich, England with a sturmey archer 3 speed and dyno hub with factory fitted lights, I would like to know what year these were produced and type of seat that came with it as it is the part not original.|
| Both the SA 3-speed hub and the SA Dynohub should have 2-digit years stamped into them and, probably, month numbers as well. If both are reasonably close to each other, the hubs were probably built no more than a few months before the bike was assembled. Most likely, the original saddle was a Brooks B-72 or B-66 (see www.permaco.com) or a Wright's or another brand very similar tensioned leather saddle.|
| I owned one from 1937 and it was a ladies frame model with a k- 4 hub gear.|
Marvelous and sweet and a total joy to own and ride. I remember that July night, that evening date gliding down the lane under the moonlight. Pick a good pair of bikes, better yet, pick a gem of a cycling partner and go have a magical experience.
| i found an old bike in a skip in a nice part of Edinburgh one night I was walking through a nice part of the city. It's a royal enfield, red in colour, ladies frame , It has both mudguards on the wheels, the rear having a reflector. It has whitewall tyres, white pedals and white handle grips. Can anyone give me any info on it, I have been looking briefly to find a jpeg of one online to no avail. can anyone give me any info on the bike.It was in beautiful condition. pump n all, the tyre was a bit deflated but I pumped that up...couldn't believe my luck..JKB|
| i recently got a Royal Enfield 10 speed bicycle,the color is blue lower fork legs are chrome, it is rough,butworth restoring i think, my question is can anyone tell me the year,and any other info on this serial #j009326, thanks for helping if you can paul.|