Fixed gear rear Hub needed for 1897 safety I have that is undergoing a complete restoration

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Dick Rath

Look Ma, No Hands!
I have a requirement for a complete rear fixed gear hub with a 1" pitch (skip tooth) sprocket ( the sprocket must be easily
removed for access to the spoke holes ). While the bicycle I'm restoring is an 1897 Iver Johnson any funtioning fixed gear
hub should work as long as I can easily remove the sprocket from the body of the hub and the hub has 36 spoke holes. An alternative would be a similar fixed gear hub with a sprocket that has the single notch which can be rotated around to give clear access for each spoke during the lacing process. The hubs finish is not important since it will be nickel plated. I can be reached by email at: angelasgrandpa@aol.com or by phone at:518 339 7867 Please feel free to contact me with any questions and, if you have what I need, your price for it. Dick Rath, Time Machines, Ltd. / website: timemachinedlimited@aol.com
 

wheelman

'Lil Knee Scuffer
PM me if any of these look like what you are looking for.

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pedal4416

Cruisin' on my Bluebird
. An alternative would be a similar fixed gear hub with a sprocket that has the single notch which can be rotated around to give clear access for each spoke during the lacing process.
@Dick Rath A slotted cog will not work because on a fixed hub the cog does not rotate. Only works on freewheel/coaster brake.
 

wheelman

'Lil Knee Scuffer
I have a requirement for a complete rear fixed gear hub with a 1" pitch (skip tooth) sprocket ( the sprocket must be easily
removed for access to the spoke holes ). While the bicycle I'm restoring is an 1897 Iver Johnson any funtioning fixed gear
hub should work as long as I can easily remove the sprocket from the body of the hub and the hub has 36 spoke holes. An alternative would be a similar fixed gear hub with a sprocket that has the single notch which can be rotated around to give clear access for each spoke during the lacing process. The hubs finish is not important since it will be nickel plated. I can be reached by email at: angelasgrandpa@aol.com or by phone at:518 339 7867 Please feel free to contact me with any questions and, if you have what I need, your price for it. Dick Rath, Time Machines, Ltd. / website: timemachinedlimited@aol.com
Are you interested in any of the fixed skipped tooth hubs I posted? I have others asking if you aren't interested.
 

pedal4416

Cruisin' on my Bluebird
When you say 'slotted' cog ....do you mean 'splined' cog ? ( a cog with 3 splines )
A cog like this. On a coaster hub you can rotate the cog and slip the spokes through the slot on the cog without taking the hub apart. On a fixed hub the cog will not rotate.

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