My CroMotor was delivered to JRH for lacing last week, right on time, 3 weeks from payment. I haven't seen it yet, apparently there is a large number on the side, which is the serial number. I got #5, and I know someone else recently got #14 delivered. JRH reports that it is a 14mm axle, necked down to 10mm at the flats.
Received Hubzilla today. Well packed, however the packing material was consumed in the trip. But the motor looks perfect.
This thing is pretty heavy to be lacing it into a bicycle wheel. Glad to not be planning to do that. Moped rim seems very appropriate.
I measured the axle with my Mitutoyo's. 9.9 mm by 15.8 mm! Very nice for those torque arms and plates!!
The nuts were included and they and the axle appear to be well made. In fact, everything appears to be well done. Definitely a notch up from other hubmotors I've worked with.
Great work from Greyborg et al!