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Old 06-03-23, 04:34 AM
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New NASHBAR 7-Speed Freewheel/Sprocket/Cassette 13-32 t FAST FREE SHIPPING

$25 SOLD
-Brand new, no damage, no wear, sealed in original bag until I opened it for these photos
​​​​​​-PayPal with fast free shipping to the lower 48 states only or
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Old 06-03-23, 09:55 AM
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Hi,
A tid bit for your data base. This is a “free wheel”. A cassette does not have threads on the backside.
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Hi Senior Ryder Van,
Thank you for pointing that out. As a total beginner I welcome any feedback from members here. Unfortunately the "edit" feature on this website won't let me correct the title. My mistake will have to live on for all to see. Ha ha!
Cheers to you, too,
Nancy

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Looks like it's found a new home. And now I learned that DNP's version of Megarange is a "Nuge Gear".
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Originally Posted by Senior Ryder 00
This is a “free wheel."
"Freewheel" is one word.
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Old 06-04-23, 06:29 PM
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Originally Posted by SurferRosa
"Freewheel" is one word.
Yes,
I know that, but the spell check doesn’t. Just trying to assist the lady since is new.
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Originally Posted by RCMoeur
Looks like it's found a new home. And now I learned that DNP's version of Megarange is a "Nuge Gear".
Ted Nugent always loved that 24 to 32 gear jump!
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Originally Posted by LesterOfPuppets
Ted Nugent always loved that 24 to 32 gear jump!
The Nuge never half-assed anything!
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I've got the Shimano 14-34 with a 24-34 jump. Whenever I get there, I let out a sign of relief...."Bailout!"
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