liveforphysics wrote:.... no derailer BS, no needle sprauge clutch BS, and completely independent drive isolation.
I think the ability to use a White FW with #219 is an equally big advantage.
I'm relying on you to find the torque handling capability of the Dual-Drive hub, Luke
We're definitely going to learn the abuse tolerance of the Dual-Drive hub. Torque handling capability probably not
Miles wrote:Actually, there's not all that much material to remove. The inside part of the ENO freewheel isn't particularly hard - it's only the outer part, with the ratchet teeth, that is case-hardened.
That sounds doable. I was on a video shoot in Bombay and we some locked expensive equipment in two steel lockers. I used a Master Combination lock and my friend used a Keyed padlock made in India. He lost the key and used the Saw Blade on a Swiss Army Knife and cut through the shaft very quickly (teeth designed for cutting wood!). I had him try it on the Master lock and when he gave up there was a barely perceptible scratch.
If it works, it will definitely beat having to pay for a quantity of 100 to get Doug White to do it.
If anyone thinks its worthwhile I'd be happy to contact dgcustommachining and ask if he'd modify stock White FW's and if so what he'd charge.
I'd also be happy to contact Sickbikes. I'm not sure there's a big enough market to make it worth their while but if there is they would probably willing to have them made by White. The price to us would be more than going directly through White.
12p3phPMDC wrote:You could drill a few mounting holes in the handle of the file and mount it
onto a reciprocating saw or sawzall. Now you have a high speed file to broach with.
Maybe too fast..