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  • #46
    I know of at least three other Schlumpf hub owners on the East Coast (specifically, the tri-state area). One is a woman named Karen who just got a muni hub. Another muni hub was bought by Krashing Kenny, but he sold it to a member of my club a couple weeks ago, essentially unused. The third is owned by a 10-year-old boy from my club who has it set up with a 24" wheel.
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    • #47
      Originally posted by Yeti View Post
      Regarding the Germans and Austrians: that thread was started by a German who made some marketing for it in the German forum
      I thought it would be something like that

      Originally posted by David_Stone View Post
      I know of at least three other Schlumpf hub owners
      Yeah, I know of two others too. Both of my team mates from Ride The Lobster. I'd have expected them to have updated the list by now...

      STM

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      • #48
        And I know of at least 3 more hubs in Germany. Maybe their owners do not want to make it public.
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        • #49
          Like David Stone said, I sold my hub. It's now in Southern CA. I hope the new owner is enjoying it. That hub is: M081, but I'll let the new owner post to the list.

          BTW Since I was selling, I asked Florian about the hub warranty. It is transferable.
          Regards,
          Ken

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          • #50
            If everything's under control, you're going too slow

            I trust in those:

            Triton

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            • #51
              Once again added the lost links.

              Standard:
              00012, David Stone, New York (original frame) -- not sure
              00016, Dave Bagley, New Jersey (original frame)
              00058, Vincent Lemay, Montreal, Quebec, 29"x2.35" (Vintage Schlumpf frame)
              00059, Spencer Owen, Nottingham, UK, 29"x2.0" (Triton Schlumpf)
              00069, Richard Lewis, Southampton, UK, 36"
              00079, Geoff Houghton, Ashland, Oregon, USA 36" (Florian Green (Nimbus frame reconfigured into a V frame))
              00080, David Stone, New York (original frame)
              00088, Kevin Gilbertson, Minnesota, USA, 29" (Original Al frame)
              00089, Markus Büchel, Liechtenstein, 29" (Original Schlumpf-Frame)

              Muni:
              M010, Markus Büchel, Liechtenstein, 29" Turtle's V (Two kh frames)
              M012, Henrik Åkerstedt, Stockholm, Sweden, 29"x2.5" Nimbus/KH
              M018, Rene van Schijndel, Cuijk, Netherlands 26"x2.4" (KH26)
              M019, Wolfgang Schaper, Wiesloch, Germany, 26"x3.7" (Surly Conundrum)
              M024, Thorsten Johannes Hornung, Lübeck, Germany (KH24)
              M030, Chuck Edwall, San Diego, CA, USA (KH36)
              M054, Gerald Weber, Brunn am Gebirge, Austria, 24"x3.0" (KH24)
              M056, Beau Hoover, Los Gatos, CA, USA, KH36
              M057, Jan Logemann, Remscheid, Germany, KH36
              M068, Corbin Dunn, Los Gatos, CA, USA (KH36)
              M091, Nathan Hoover, Los Gatos, CA, USA, KH36
              M095, Martin Afanasjew, Freiberg, Germany, 24"x3.0" (KH24)
              M103, Friedrich Hlava, Perchtoldsdorf, Austria, 24"x2,6" (KH24)
              M107, Sam Wakeling, Aberystwyth, UK, 36"
              M113, Christian Armin, Arnhem, Netherlands, 26x3 in KH29 frame (might change sometime)
              M118, Hans Chen, Stockholm, Sweden, 29"x2.5" (KH29)
              M127, Rob Youngren, Huntsville, Alabama USA, KH24
              M144, Wolfgang Schaper, Wiesloch, Germany, 36"x2.25" (KH36)
              M145, Marcus Schmitz, Cologne, Germany, 29"x2.3" (KH29) "Speedy Gonzales"
              M146, Christof Rother, Berlin, Germany, 28"x2.35" (KH29)
              Last edited by hugo; 2009-06-11, 09:23 PM.
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              • #53
                Links

                Standard:
                00012, David Stone, New York (original frame) -- not sure
                00016, Dave Bagley, New Jersey (original frame)
                00050 Ken Looi, Wellington, New Zealand (original 1st Gen Al frame) 29"
                00058, Vincent Lemay, Montreal, Quebec, 29"x2.35" (Vintage Schlumpf frame)
                00059, Spencer Owen, Nottingham, UK, 29"x2.0" (Triton SchlumpfMuni:Nimbus/KH
                M018, Rene van Schijndel, Cuijk, Netherlands 26"x2.4" (KH26)
                M019, Wolfgang Schaper, Wiesloch, Germany, 26"x3.7" (Surly ConundrumKH36)
                M054, Gerald Weber, Brunn am Gebirge, Austria, 24"x3.0" (KH24)
                M056, Beau Hoover, Los Gatos, CA, USA, KH36
                M057, Jan Logemann, Remscheid, Germany, KH36
                M068, Corbin Dunn, Los Gatos, CA, USA (KH36)
                M071 Ken Looi, Wellington, New Zealand (KH36)
                M091, Nathan Hoover, Los Gatos, CA, USA, KH36
                M095, Martin Afanasjew, Freiberg, Germany, 24"x3.0" (KH24)
                M103, Friedrich Hlava, Perchtoldsdorf, Austria, 24"x2,6" (KH24)
                M107, Sam Wakeling, Aberystwyth, UK, 36"
                M113, Christian Armin, Arnhem, Netherlands, 26x3 in KH29 frame (might change sometime)
                M118, Hans Chen, Stockholm, Sweden, 29"x2.5" (KH29)
                M127, Rob Youngren, Huntsville, Alabama USA, KH24
                M144, Wolfgang Schaper, Wiesloch, Germany, 36"x2.25" (KH36)
                M145, Marcus Schmitz, Cologne, Germany, 29"x2.3" (KH29) "Speedy Gonzales"
                M146, Christof Rother, Berlin, Germany, 28"x2.35" (KH29)

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                • #54
                  Standard:
                  00012, David Stone, New York (original frame) -- not sure
                  00016, Dave Bagley, New Jersey (original frame)
                  00050 Ken Looi, Wellington, New Zealand (original 1st Gen Al frame) 29"
                  00058, Vincent Lemay, Montreal, Quebec, 29"x2.35" (Vintage Schlumpf frame)
                  00059, Spencer Owen, Nottingham, UK, 29"x2.0" (Triton SchlumpfMuni:Nimbus/KH
                  M018, Rene van Schijndel, Cuijk, Netherlands 26"x2.4" (KH26)
                  M019, Wolfgang Schaper, Wiesloch, Germany, 26"x3.7" (Surly ConundrumKH36)
                  M054, Gerald Weber, Brunn am Gebirge, Austria, 24"x3.0" (KH24)
                  M056, Beau Hoover, Los Gatos, CA, USA, KH36
                  M057, Jan Logemann, Remscheid, Germany, KH36
                  M068, Corbin Dunn, Los Gatos, CA, USA (KH36)
                  M071 Ken Looi, Wellington, New Zealand (KH36)
                  M091, Nathan Hoover, Los Gatos, CA, USA, KH36
                  M095, Martin Afanasjew, Freiberg, Germany, 24"x3.0" (KH24)
                  M103, Friedrich Hlava, Perchtoldsdorf, Austria, 24"x2,6" (KH24)
                  M107, Sam Wakeling, Aberystwyth, UK, 36"
                  M113, Christian Armin, Arnhem, Netherlands, 26x3 in KH29 frame (might change sometime)
                  M118, Hans Chen, Stockholm, Sweden, 29"x2.5" (KH29)
                  M123, Pete Walsh, Victoria, Australia (KH29,KH36)
                  M127, Rob Youngren, Huntsville, Alabama USA, KH24
                  M144, Wolfgang Schaper, Wiesloch, Germany, 36"x2.25" (KH36)
                  M145, Marcus Schmitz, Cologne, Germany, 29"x2.3" (KH29) "Speedy Gonzales"
                  M146, Christof Rother, Berlin, Germany, 28"x2.35" (KH29)
                  Pete

                  MUni & MTB, Victoria Australia
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                  • #55
                    It might be easier to forget about the links. Too many people are having problems to preserve them.
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                    • #56
                      Standard:
                      00012, David Stone, New York (original frame) -- not sure
                      00016, Dave Bagley, New Jersey (original frame)
                      00050 Ken Looi, Wellington, New Zealand (original 1st Gen Al frame) 29"
                      00058, Vincent Lemay, Montreal, Quebec, 29"x2.35" (Vintage Schlumpf frame)
                      00059, Spencer Owen, Nottingham, UK, 29"x2.0" (Triton Schlumpf)
                      00069, Richard Lewis, Southampton, UK, 36"
                      00079, Geoff Houghton, Ashland, Oregon, USA 36" (Florian Green (Nimbus frame reconfigured into a V frame))
                      00080, David Stone, New York (original frame)
                      00088, Kevin Gilbertson, Minnesota, USA, 29" (Original Al frame)
                      00089, Markus Büchel, Liechtenstein, 29" (Original Schlumpf-Frame)

                      Muni:
                      M010, Markus Büchel, Liechtenstein, 29" Turtle's V (Two kh frames)
                      M012, Henrik Åkerstedt, Stockholm, Sweden, 29"x2.5" Nimbus/KH
                      M018, Rene van Schijndel, Cuijk, Netherlands 26"x2.4" (KH26)
                      M019, Wolfgang Schaper, Wiesloch, Germany, 26"x3.7" (Surly Conundrum)
                      M024, Thorsten Johannes Hornung, Lübeck, Germany (KH24)
                      M030, Chuck Edwall, San Diego, CA, USA (KH36)
                      M034, Corbin Dunn, Los Gatos, CA, USA (KH24)
                      M054, Gerald Weber, Brunn am Gebirge, Austria, 24"x3.0" (KH24)
                      M056, Beau Hoover, Los Gatos, CA, USA, KH36
                      M057, Jan Logemann, Remscheid, Germany, KH36
                      M068, Corbin Dunn, Los Gatos, CA, USA (KH36)
                      M071 Ken Looi, Wellington, New Zealand (KH36)
                      M091, Nathan Hoover, Los Gatos, CA, USA, KH36
                      M095, Martin Afanasjew, Freiberg, Germany, 24"x3.0" (KH24)
                      M103, Friedrich Hlava, Perchtoldsdorf, Austria, 24"x2,6" (KH24)
                      M107, Sam Wakeling, Aberystwyth, UK, 36"
                      M113, Christian Armin, Arnhem, Netherlands, 26x3 in KH29 frame (might change sometime)
                      M118, Hans Chen, Stockholm, Sweden, 29"x2.5" (KH29)
                      M123, Pete Walsh, Victoria, Australia (KH29,KH36)
                      M127, Rob Youngren, Huntsville, Alabama USA, KH24
                      M144, Wolfgang Schaper, Wiesloch, Germany, 36"x2.25" (KH36)
                      M145, Marcus Schmitz, Cologne, Germany, 29"x2.3" (KH29) "Speedy Gonzales"
                      M146, Christof Rother, Berlin, Germany, 28"x2.35" (KH29)

                      My muni hub 034 was in a Nimbus 36 before the 24" wheel. Chuck and I got our hubs from the same shipment to the USA at about the same time.

                      Unfortunately, hub M068 just recently had bearing failure (again), and I'll have to send it back to Florian. I've also switched out several hubs with Florian, and I think I've had about 4 different hubs go through me.

                      corbin
                      Last edited by corbin; 2009-06-15, 05:11 PM.
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                      • #57
                        Reading this last post, I think I will hang on to buy a Schlumpf/KH hub later on when they are flawless...
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                        • #58
                          Originally posted by Probailer2 View Post
                          Reading this last post, I think I will hang on to buy a Schlumpf/KH hub later on when they are flawless...
                          I should have been more specific on my details.

                          My last two hubs had bearings that came from a bad batch; Florian believes that is why they were failing.

                          New hubs have bearings with tighter standards. My muni hubs are newer -- Louise and I have 400 or 500 miles on that hub without a problem, and we are taking them to africa for 550km of riding starting this week.

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                          • #59
                            00012, David Stone, New York (original frame) -- not sure
                            00016, Dave Bagley, New Jersey (original frame)
                            00050 Ken Looi, Wellington, New Zealand (original 1st Gen Al frame) 29"
                            00058, Vincent Lemay, Montreal, Quebec, 29"x2.35" (Vintage Schlumpf frame)
                            00059, Spencer Owen, Nottingham, UK, 29"x2.0" (Triton Schlumpf)
                            00069, Richard Lewis, Southampton, UK, 36"
                            00079, Geoff Houghton, Ashland, Oregon, USA 36" (Florian Green (Nimbus frame reconfigured into a V frame))
                            00080, David Stone, New York (original frame)
                            00088, Kevin Gilbertson, Minnesota, USA, 29" (Original Al frame)
                            00089, Markus Büchel, Liechtenstein, 29" (Original Schlumpf-Frame)

                            Muni:
                            M010, Markus Büchel, Liechtenstein, 29" Turtle's V (Two kh frames)
                            M012, Henrik Åkerstedt, Stockholm, Sweden, 29"x2.5" Nimbus/KH
                            M018, Rene van Schijndel, Cuijk, Netherlands 26"x2.4" (KH26)
                            M019, Wolfgang Schaper, Wiesloch, Germany, 26"x3.7" (Surly Conundrum)
                            M024, Thorsten Johannes Hornung, Lübeck, Germany (KH24)
                            M030, Chuck Edwall, San Diego, CA, USA (KH36)
                            M034, Corbin Dunn, Los Gatos, CA, USA (KH24)
                            M054, Gerald Weber, Brunn am Gebirge, Austria, 24"x3.0" (KH24)
                            M056, Beau Hoover, Los Gatos, CA, USA, KH36
                            M057, Jan Logemann, Remscheid, Germany, KH36
                            M068, Corbin Dunn, Los Gatos, CA, USA (KH36)
                            M071 Ken Looi, Wellington, New Zealand (KH36)
                            M091, Nathan Hoover, Los Gatos, CA, USA, KH36
                            M095, Martin Afanasjew, Freiberg, Germany, 24"x3.0" (KH24)
                            M103, Friedrich Hlava, Perchtoldsdorf, Austria, 24"x2,6" (KH24)
                            M107, Sam Wakeling, Aberystwyth, UK, 36"
                            M113, Christian Armin, Arnhem, Netherlands, 26x3 in KH29 frame (might change sometime)
                            M118, Hans Chen, Stockholm, Sweden, 29"x2.5" (KH29)
                            M123, Pete Walsh, Victoria, Australia (KH29,KH36)
                            M127*, Rob Youngren, Huntsville, Alabama USA, KH24 (*Largest Prime)
                            M144, Wolfgang Schaper, Wiesloch, Germany, 36"x2.25" (KH36)
                            M145, Marcus Schmitz, Cologne, Germany, 29"x2.3" (KH29) "Speedy Gonzales"
                            M146, Christof Rother, Berlin, Germany, 28"x2.35" (KH29)

                            (I couldn't resist, since this thread is about numbers I've got the largest recorded prime numbered hub (so far)! Where's 131, 137, 139, 149, 151, 157, 163, 167, 173, 179, 181, 191, 193, 197, and 199 (to name a few more)? )
                            Last edited by MuniSano; 2009-06-17, 12:58 PM.
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                            • #60
                              Standard:
                              00012, David Stone, New York (original frame) -- not sure
                              00016, Dave Bagley, New Jersey (original frame)
                              00050, Ken Looi, Wellington, New Zealand (original 1st Gen Al frame) 29"
                              00058, Vincent Lemay, Montreal, Quebec, 29"x2.35" (Vintage Schlumpf frame)
                              00059, Spencer Owen, Nottingham, UK, 29"x2.0" (Triton SchlumpfMuni:Nimbus/KH
                              M018, Rene van Schijndel, Cuijk, Netherlands 26"x2.4" (KH26)
                              M019, Wolfgang Schaper, Wiesloch, Germany, 26"x3.7" (Surly ConundrumKH36)
                              M034, Corbin Dunn, Los Gatos, CA, USA (KH24)
                              M054, Gerald Weber, Brunn am Gebirge, Austria, 24"x3.0" (KH24)
                              M056, Beau Hoover, Los Gatos, CA, USA, KH36
                              M057, Jan Logemann, Remscheid, Germany, KH36
                              M068, Corbin Dunn, Los Gatos, CA, USA (KH36)
                              M071, Ken Looi, Wellington, New Zealand (KH36)
                              M091, Nathan Hoover, Los Gatos, CA, USA, KH36
                              M095, Martin Afanasjew, Freiberg, Germany, 24"x3.0" (KH24)
                              M103, Friedrich Hlava, Perchtoldsdorf, Austria, 24"x2,6" (KH24)
                              M107, Sam Wakeling, Aberystwyth, UK, 36"
                              M113, Christian Armin, Arnhem, Netherlands, 26x3 in KH29 frame (might change sometime)
                              M118, Hans Chen, Stockholm, Sweden, 29"x2.5" (KH29)
                              M123, Pete Walsh, Victoria, Australia (KH29,KH36)
                              M127, Rob Youngren, Huntsville, Alabama USA, KH24 (*Largest Prime)
                              M144, Wolfgang Schaper, Wiesloch, Germany, 36"x2.25" (KH36)
                              M145, Marcus Schmitz, Cologne, Germany, 29"x2.3" (KH29) "Speedy Gonzales"
                              M146, Christof Rother, Berlin, Germany, 28"x2.35" (KH29)
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