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Old 07-03-11, 06:06 AM   #1
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check out these FREEWHEELS

I got these two freewheel yesterday in a trade I made for a wheelset. CLICK ON THUMBNAILS FOR LARGER PICS!!!

First is a 7 speed sachs LY-93 which is like new.

Next is a Everest NOVA Extraleggera that is also in like new condition, and is light as a feather. Both spin like nothing I've ever felt. The Sachs being a 7 speed will go up for trade in a bit for a 6 speed freewheel.

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Old 07-03-11, 07:13 AM   #2
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Mmmm, those are some nice looking freewheels.

We've got the 13-28 version of that Sachs on my partner's mixte, and it's such a wonderfully made piece. Alu freewheels are always happy to see around here, too. I hope you've got an ancient weight weenie to put it on.

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Those Everest alloy freewheels are nice - I have one on a tubular wheelset and its great. Really loud and positive sounding. Watch out for the low cog, however; it can develop cracks along the threading and strip out while riding (this has happened to me using two separate units).

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