Atherton rear hub ?

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luckyfind

Finally riding a big boys bike
This is the first time I’ve ever had one of theses hubs. The break-arm fits but seems a little big against the tapered cone.
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I hope it’s right. I’m looking forward to taking it apart. Is the patten date right May 13 1902? Any info on this hub is much appreciated


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luckyfind

Finally riding a big boys bike
How well do these hubs work. I like to ride my bikes. Would this hub be worth lacing into a modern set of hubs?


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ejlwheels

Wore out three sets of tires already!
These 2 documents strongly suggest to me
that the straight shell hub with the straight arm is the early version.


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The hourglass shell with the tapered arm, which is also much more common
would be the later version, emerging 1909-1910-1911.
It was still an available option in a 1922 Hyslop catalog

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