CyclingDeal 16 17 or 18 Teeth Single Speed Bike Bicycle Compatible with Shimano Type Freewheel Cassette 1/2" x1/8" or 1/2" x3/32
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There's no clear definition of what loud means to you. Some of my freewheels have been quiet, some have been loud, and others are somewhere in the middle. A quieter electric motor is generally associated with higher prices. In spite of the fact that they are very cheap, these seem to be between the two.
Not sure what you mean. I needed the 18 tooth gear for my project, but it came with the 17 and 16 tooth gears as well. It is my pleasure to assist.
It's what I'm using on my 1969 Schwinn Twinn, as far as I know.
Replaced a 5-speed freewheel with this single-speed freewheel*br> Threaded on to a hub with threads, this freewheel has a diameter of 35.2 mm.