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Old 07-02-20, 10:36 PM
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Originally Posted by Andrew R Stewart View Post
This is news that thousands of riders will find hard to believe as they have lived with poor indexing with Shimano freewheels replacing their worn out SunTours. Sorry but shop experience proves this claim is not correct often . SunTour made many different versions of their freewheels with evolving indexing attempts over the years. Cog to cog spacing, tooth profiles, chain plate shaping, pulley wheel profiles all changed as ST tied to catch up to Shimano. ST's initial design on cable tension "steps" as opposed to pulley movement amounts is said by some to be their mistake. Andy
Good to know, thanks.
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