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    freewheel cog compatibility

    Does anyone know if newer Sunrace freewheel cogs will interchange with standard Shimano hyperglide freewheel cogs? (not the new improved large bearing megarange freewheel)


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    If capsicum is not asking if the threads are standard between Shimano and SunRace,can anyone tell me, are the threads standard?

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    No thread on cogs are way older than HG. I would like to make a custom cog range and I need to know if my sunrace cogs will fit a hg freewheel. In other words, I want to know if the splines on sunrace freewheels are compatible with old style hyperglide freewheel splines. (The brand new[2004] style hg megarange freewheel is incompatible with anything)
    I need to know so I don't make useless purchases.

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    They won't.
    Bikes use brakes to stop.

    If your bike has breaks, don't ride it.

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    So you have or had one of each next to each other, or is that some kind of a guess?
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    I ask if it is a guess because I just read that they are very close in design, some say reverse engineered even.
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    So I havent seen a shimano hg cog but i did just disassemble and reassemble my sunrace so I know what I'm looking for if I come accross an hg that I can take apart or seperate cogs.

    New question: does anyone know if nashbar and/or performance freewheel cogs are sunrace or shiamno hg compatible, they appear to be rebadged shimano but I can't say for sure.
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