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Old 02-20-21, 07:50 PM
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FS - Cassettes & Freewheels

A cassette and a freewheel for sale. Cassette has been run through my ultrasonic cleaner. The freewheel is in barely used condition.
More photos & closeups at: https://www.flickr.com/photos/202072...h/29327939301/

1. Shimano CS-6500 Hyperglide 9-speed cassette 12-13-15-16-17-19-21-23-25 - $25



3. SunRace 5-speed freewheel 14-16-20-24-28 - $8



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Old 02-20-21, 08:33 PM
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i have a nice Dura Ace 7400 front and rear hubset available, too
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Originally Posted by Catnap View Post
Two cassettes and a freewheel for sale. Both cassettes have been run through my ultrasonic cleaner. The freewheel is in barely used condition.
More photos & closeups at: https://www.flickr.com/photos/202072...h/29327939301/

1. Shimano Dura-Ace CS-7400-8 Uniglide 8-speed cassette 12-13-14-15-19-17-21-23 - $40

It looks like youíve got the 1st and 2nd position uniglide sprockets from an old UG cassette combined with the Hyperglide sprockets.

There were two 8s Dura Ace hub variants: 7402 Uniglide-only with reduced diameter threaded sprocket (to allow for an 11t sprocket), and the 7403 hub with standard diameter threaded locking sprocket and Hyperglide lockring (making it backwards compatible with non-Dura Ace UG).

Unless you filed out the HG wide tab on all those HG sprockets, so it would fit on a UG-only hub, then you likely have a standard diameter UG locking sprocket.

Thatís a long way of saying itís important to know whether the threaded lock ring will fit on a standard UG hub or a reduced-diameter DA hub.
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The hub the Uniglide cassette came on has a 31mm diameter freehub that is 38mm long. The hub does not have a serial number or model number stamped on the body, but it says: DURA ACE and INTEGRATED 8 SIS. It uses the domed locknuts as opposed to flat ones. Looks to me like it might be the "reduced diameter" version you're referring to:

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The hub the Uniglide cassette came on has a 31mm diameter freehub that is 38mm long. The hub does not have a serial number or model number stamped on the body, but it says: DURA ACE and INTEGRATED 8 SIS. It uses the domed locknuts as opposed to flat ones. Looks to me like it might be the "reduced diameter" version you're referring to:

That is indeed the 7402 Uniglide-only hub. Someone must have filed the HG sprockets ŗ la Sheldon. The domed nuts were intended to make it easier to shove the new 130mm OLD hub into old 126mm dropouts.

Not trying to tell you how to do your sale, but the proprietary nature of that DA hubís threaded locking sprocket might make it worthwhile to sell them together, or at least with the 1st and 2nd position sprockets with the hub. Those sprockets are becoming harder and harder to find as they wear out - nothing else will substitute so there are no modern replacements.

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