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6-Speed 14x28 Screw-On Freewheel

€ 11.00

Designed for 6-speed bikes fitted with a screw-on freewheel (recreational cycling).

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SKU: S287 (1350422)
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Product benefits
  1. Compatibility
    Compatibility
    For 6-speed drive trains and screw-in freewheels.
  2. Capacity
    Gears: 14-16-18-21-24-28 teeth.
  3. Easy assembly / dismantling
    Screw-in attachment and one-piece body.
Details
  • Sold
    individually.
  • Material
    Steel.
Product feature
  1. Mounting
    Easy assembly using a freewheel tool (https://www.decathlon.fr/demonte-roue-libre-velo-id _ 8351087.html) and an adjustable spanner or open-ended spanner.
  2. Dismantling
    Easy removal using a freewheel tool (https://www.decathlon.fr/demonte-roue-libre-velo-id_8351087.html), an adjustable spanner or an open-ended spanner and a chain whip (https://www.decathlon.fr/fouet-chaine-demonte-cassette-id_8309913.html).
Product testing
  1. Composition
    1 aluminium, one-piece, 6-speed 14 x 28 freewheel. (Weight: 464 g with packaging).
  2. Cleaning advice
    Degrease, clean and lubricate your freewheel regularly to prolong its life. Do not clean using high-pressure water jets.
  3. Product restrictions
    Have the assembly checked by a qualified technician.
  4. Product catchline
    6-speed freewheel for recreational cycling.
Product reviews
4.6 / 5
2 reviews
1 user recommend this product
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  • BTWIN 6-Speed 14x28 Freewheel

    02/05/2016
    Steve (United Kingdom)
    Used for 2 to 8 weeks
    Does what it says on the tin. took broken on off fitted the new one & my son was mobile again. easy to fit. I wouldn't use this one for serious cycling, good for knocking about
    good price & easy to fit
  • Cheap, Cheerfull but not a long term solution

    06/02/2013
    Ben (United Kingdom)
    Used for 2 to 8 weeks
    Like most B'Twin Components you get what you pay for. They're cheap and they do a good job given what you pay for.

    But for a key drive train component I woudl recommend paying a little more and going for a better brand (e.g. Shinamno). The free wheel has been on my bike for 930 km (according to Strava) and the Free Wheel mechanism no longer freewheels (even after a good squirt of GT85). The individual sprockets have also rusted. Throwing rust all over the chain.
    Cheap. Fine for my bike
    Short Life, Rusts