Sachs 7 Speed Freewheel Cassette

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7 speed bike with 8 speed freewheel?

Hi all, I have an old 7 speed mountain bike with a freewheel rear cog system. My question is can I use an 8 speed freewheel still with my 7 speed shifter? I know of course it will only go on 7 of the cogs. Thanks, BruceRead More »

Shimano Deore 9 speed derailleur compatibility with 7 speed freewheel.

Hello, I'm new in "MTBR" forum. I have new Shimano MF-TZ31 Tourney Freewheel, old Shimano Tourney TZ-31 rear derailleur and new Shimano EF-51 3x7 shifters. I want to replace my old derailleur with Shimano Deore Rd-M592 or Shimano Deore M591 (I prefer first derailleur because second is older), or an ... Read More »

Recommendations. Tough heavy duty rear mech for 7/8 speed old school freewheel

As in title, i need some help choosing a new rear mech. Weight is not an issue so something fail safe and compatible with a shimano revoshift twist grip shifter. The bike will be used on tough terrain with all mountain suspension frame and dh forks. 7/8/9 speed compatible Any experiences or ... Read More »

Upgrading Rusted MTB 2003 Shimano Altus 7-speed Freewheel Drive Train Parts

I need advice on what are the best price-to-performance ratio parts that I can upgrade which are compatible with my MTB [B]7-speed freewheel[/B] type setup. I expect that most folks would tell me to replace the $40 rear-wheel with a $120 cassette type and go to a $$$$$$$ SRAM 9sp 2x10 type setup bu ... Read More »

Avalanche 3.0 7-speed, cassette/freehub or freewheel

I'm interested in a 2005 Avalanche 3.0: [url][/url] Is the 7-speed a freewheel or freehub/cassette? The 2005 Avalanche 3.0 Disc is an 8-speed, a cassette/freehub. I noticed the recent GT O ... Read More »

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