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- Sep 18, 2021
Thanks I see its center chain pull shifted. Appreciate it.Supposedly the 3 speeds are tougher but the truth is I just didn't want to cold set the frame. It had an an old aw 3 speed on it so I thought the new non rotary one wont be any trouble to get in. And it worked out very well. A problem I do have is that the forks are for older hubs rather than modern 100mm widths so it is a pita to get on. Needs a good convincing to open up but the forks are solid steel, not tubular, so it flexes but not without force.
As for the shifter in the standard/non rotary its beautifully simple. The little screw is for a quick release and the big is for adjustment. The gear indicator will look funny if its out of adjustment.
I got some pictures of me holding it out of position as an example. I had to fabricate a linkage because the anti rotation washers force the reaction arm out of the way.