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  1. yan.kun0567

    Durkopp chainless

    Nice find. Most likely you will have to find a Hammock saddle which looks like in the attached picture. This is the German standard saddle, nearly all bicycles were equipped with from around 1905 till 1933. But be aware, these got quite rare in Germany too and are hard to find. But as this is...
  2. yan.kun0567

    Early Atherton Hub, disassembly

    I think my Hub is missing a crucial part, which locks the ring in place. I've found a part list for the German counterpart "Atlas". It seems like, that Durkopp did not simply produced the hub in license, but also changed the design a little bit by downsizing the brake shell and adding small...
  3. yan.kun0567

    Early Atherton Hub, disassembly

    Hi, this are the parts in question. The cup for the bearing is put on the cone with the sprocket. Than the threaded part is put on top of the cup. The small silver ring ensures, that the threaded part can't come off. But the setup is quite sensitiv. Turn the silver ring a little bit to far, and...
  4. yan.kun0567

    Early Atherton Hub, disassembly

    Hi, thanks! The picture shows a later version, however I managed to take the hub apart. Right side was a right handed thread, left side a left handed. The free wheel is now free again, but I'm curious for how long because from my point of view, adjustment is less than ideal. May show some pics...
  5. yan.kun0567

    Early Atherton Hub, disassembly

    Hi, today I found this Atherton Hub on a German oldtimer fair. Now I would like to disassemble it, because the old grease got quit hard and everything on the inside is tucked togehter (currently no free wheel). I think I need to remove at least one of the bearing cups. Does anybody know the...
  6. yan.kun0567

    Atherton Hub

    Exactly, I'm looking for the version with the straight or flat body between the flanges, not the curved one. But thank you for mentioning the link here! :)
  7. yan.kun0567

    Atherton Hub

    Hi Giovanni, thank you but unfortunately this is also the later version with the concave body. I'm looking for the early version with the flat body, as shown in the picture and link in my first post :)
  8. yan.kun0567

    Atherton Hub

    Hi, by writing this, you mean you have one to spare? :D Yeah, from the pictures I've seen so far, this hub looks incredible tough and well engineered, compared to other hubs of the time. And seeing the survived ones in such a condition after over 110 years is a good sign. In Germany the only...
  9. yan.kun0567

    Atherton Hub

    Hi, thanks for pointing this out! This is unfortunately a later model, recognisable by the concave middle part between the flanges. I need the one with the flat middle part and the brake arm closer to the body :)
  10. yan.kun0567

    Atherton Hub

    Hi, my Name is Jan, I'm from Germany and I'm searching a late Atherton hub, like this one: https://thecabe.com/forum/threads/atherton-1907-36h-rear-coaster.101863/ In Germany, the very same hub was produced (lincesed or copied or was it the other way round?) by Dürkopp as "Atlas" and also...