[python] Re: AW: Re: AW: Re: hands free braking aka coaster brake component

  • From: "dirk@xxxxxxxxxx" <dirk@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: python@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Mon, 23 Apr 2012 10:04:18 +0200 (CEST)

 Hi,

if i recall correctly, there was one combination available with a hubgear
in the back and two chain rings in the front, in order to increase
expansion while keeping small gear to gear distances.

greetings,
DirkS


Gerald <bepb@xxxxxx> hat am 22. April 2012 um 23:02 geschrieben:

> Hi,
> the Sram imotion 9 is specified  340% and the Nexus Inter-8 307%.
> I guess you mentioned the to hubs that fullfill the 400% reqirement. Even
if you would get one off the old Sachs Elan 12 gear internal gear hubs,
acording to Wikipedia, it has only 339% range.
>
>
> Buy the way, if you are a python newbie, I would consider getting a cheap
or free wheel to start with. You can upgrade later.
>
> Gerald
>
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> Gesendet: Mittwoch, 18. April 2012 04:40:02 GMT+00:00
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component
>
> I live in a fairly hilly area.  So I was looking for a hub with a
relatively flat gear range around 400% or more.  I also found the oil
filled feature was nice for efficiency and maintenance.
>
> That basically leaves me with two hubs that I know of.  The Shimano
Alphine or a far more expensive Rohloff.  Neither of which have coaster
brakes.
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