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Usually a load freehub indicates the number of engagement points and the number of pawls.
The higher the number of pawls theoretically means a quicker engagement from a coasting or dead stop.
You'll be limited to what is compatible with your hub. I've always been pretty happy with Shimano freehubs. They work. I put them on, and I don't have to worry about them.
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