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Old 05-07-19, 10:53 AM
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Originally Posted by daviddavieboy View Post
Has anyone had success at finding new freewheels for their old bikes, specifically 6 speed ones? It seems that the only ones from Shimano have that ugly black large cog and the quality of the sunrace ones is less than desirable. So far I purchased a sunrace and was disappointed as it had some serious play and excessive wobble, and a Evo one (very good looking with ramps) that I could only get as a 7 speed but the chain will not run on the lowest cog. The bike is NR with english thread campy hubs and I would like the large cog to be a 28 and the small one 13 or 14.
You might check with Pastor Bob in New Hampshire. He runs a little side business The Freewheel Spa and is very fair . He may have what you are looking for or could build you one. He is a regular here on bike forums. Joe joesvintageroadbikes.wordpress
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