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    Bobbins spools

    Hi,
    I need for my century racer exentric rear bobbins for use off my paddock stand
    Which one do you use?? Or you can advise me?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JJdeHaan View Post
    Hi,
    I need for my century racer exentric rear bobbins for use off my paddock stand
    Which one do you use?? Or you can advise me?
    Here's what you need.

    https://www.evotech-rc.com/product/9...ort#ad-image-0

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rick67 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by JJdeHaan View Post
    Hi,
    I need for my century racer exentric rear bobbins for use off my paddock stand
    Which one do you use?? Or you can advise me?
    Here's what you need.

    https://www.evotech-rc.com/product/9...ort#ad-image-0
    Yes I found this butt not available
    Butt that are the correct bobbins I would like to have
    Thanks for your respond

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    It seems to me to be simple to make a bobbin that slipped into each end of the axle whenever they were needed.
    If I had a TNT near me I could easily confirm. Maybe Sprocket or someone closer to you could have a look at this?
    hooroo, Errol www.engenia.com.au [139,200 km - and counting .....]

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    Quote Originally Posted by Engenia View Post
    It seems to me to be simple to make a bobbin that slipped into each end of the axle whenever they were needed.
    If I had a TNT near me I could easily confirm. Maybe Sprocket or someone closer to you could have a look at this?
    Off course a standard bobbins can fit butt there is no tread in the axle and when it fit you can not adjust the chain
    Maybe some other owner can make a picture

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    Quote Originally Posted by JJdeHaan View Post
    Yes I found this butt not available
    Butt that are the correct bobbins I would like to have
    Thanks for your respond

    These are still available for 105 euros for the pair. available in black or red.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Laurencewhite View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by JJdeHaan View Post
    Yes I found this butt not available
    Butt that are the correct bobbins I would like to have
    Thanks for your respond

    These are still available for 105 euros for the pair. available in black or red.
    Still cannot find them on line
    No black or red??

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    You are looking in the wrong place. I'm just about to go out so I'll pm you a link tomorrow.
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    Got the Officine ones on mine from Maniac motors. Just the job

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    Quote Originally Posted by JJdeHaan View Post
    Off course a standard bobbins can fit butt there is no tread in the axle and when it fit you can not adjust the chain
    What is the inside diameter of the axle?
    If you start with maybe 100 mm of aluminium round stock that fits snugly, then turn one end to the bobbin shape, you'd have what you need for very little cost.
    When you need to use them, simply slip them into place with the bobbin at the appropriate position and you're done. No threads required.
    If I knew the axle ID I could knock one up in minutes.

    Maybe someone on the forum closer to you with a lathe could do it for you?

    Of course, if you needed to adjust the chain while on the stand you'd need to rethink the idea a little, but I'm sure it could be done.
    You couldn't remove the wheel either, but there's plenty of times I put the bike on the stand to do other jobs on the bike.
    Last edited by Engenia; 02-05-2020 at 03:41 PM.
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