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Sturmey Archer Coaster 3-Speed

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partsguy

I'm the Wiz, and nobody beats me!
So I looked at my ‘60 Dayton and noticed it has a Sturmey-Archer 3-speed coaster brake hub. I have never seen one of these, I have have owned many Schwinn’s, Huffy’s, Murray’s, Raleigh’s, Hercules’, etc. So I went to find the date code to see if this was possibly original. I can’t find it. I cleaned all around the logo on the hub to no avail. Where is the date code for this?

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Oilit

I live for the CABE
The date is usually just under the main logo like most other Sturmey hubs of the era, on yours it must be a very light stamp or missing altogether. But most I've seen are from the late '50's or early '60's. By the mid-60's they were marked TCW III.
 

SKPC

I live for the CABE
This is a 1st gen TCW hub from the mid 60's. Below the TCW is a faint number. The chrome on these was so thick it would sometimes fill the numbers in. Should be two numbers together and one separate to the right of it. Year/Month. Look closely.
1300175
 
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