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7 speed Dura Ace Freewheel Source?(6 posts)

7 speed Dura Ace Freewheel Source?Digital Dave
May 15, 2001 10:14 AM
Anyone have a good source for seven speed MF-7400 freewheels? I too am suffering up the Pyr-ah-knees with a 53-42 front and 12-21 rear. The Ozarks ain't the Pyrenees but they're not Louisana either. I'm looking for a freewheel with 26 to 30 low end. TIA.
re: 7 speed Dura Ace Freewheel Source?bfd
May 15, 2001 12:20 PM
Lickton has dura ace freewheels but limited choice - although they say custom cogs are available, go here:

www.lickbike.com
Harris Cyclerytommyb
May 15, 2001 12:50 PM
Harris Cyclery http://www.sheldonbrown.com/harris/drive.html#7freewheels
has a selection of freewheels designed for "Alpine" conditions, with big cogs ranging from 28 to 34. They are not Dura Ace, but either Sachs or lower end Shimano. They are relatively cheap. I imagine with a 34 tooth, you would need to put on a MTB rear derailleur.
Harris CycleryDan Ida
May 15, 2001 5:48 PM
I have one of these "alpine" freewheels. Nearly new. 6 speed 14,16,18,21,24,34. Very cheap if anyone is interested. dsida@hotmail.com
re: 7 speed Dura Ace Freewheel Source?Droogie
May 18, 2001 3:11 PM
Try www.loosescrews.com. I just bought a 7 sp Dura Ace 13-26 from them. Not cheap, but available.
I think Rivendell's got some, too (nm)Retro
May 18, 2001 3:15 PM