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Old 2017-11-26, 03:53 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by harper View Post
The Sturmey Archer (not a unicycle hub) had the tremendous advantages of being chain-driven and requiring no reverse torque limit. It also didn't need to have a stout drive shaft running right through the center of the mechanism. This provides a lot of flexibility in the gear connection order.
Although, as you will see upthread, they also made "fixed" versions which did have to cope with torque in both directions. Point is not that the production model would be suitable for a unicycle, but that the concept is theoretically possible.
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