The single-speed freewheel of a bicycle. Stainless steel with chrome plating. Stainless steel teeth with nickel plating for There is a lock ring made of black metal.
This freewheel is available in sizes 13T / 14T / 15T and has an inner diameter of 29mm! A hub thread type of M30*1 has 30 points of engagement (POE).
Chain size is 1/2"*3/32" (compatible with chains up to 9 speeds). Bearing is loose.
The freewheel has to be removed with the help of a special tool (8 splines). If you have a 13T, 14T, or 15T, choose "small tool" if you have a 16T, 17T, or 18T, choose "big tool".
It is VERY important that you review carefully the freewheel technical data before purchasing! A separate purchase is required for the tool. Pieces are sold in sets of one.
Questions & Answers
There is a lot of noise coming from this freewheel. From a distance of 100 feet, you can hear clicks. Does anyone know how I can make the noise quieter? What is the best way to disassemble and grease the parts?
As far as I am concerned, I'd rather not make it quiet, as the pedalling response is what makes it loud. It's even more dangerous if you're doing wheelies. In comparison to what it would be like stepping on a quieter one, stepping down is much more responsive
In order to use this on my pursuit bike, I need a 3/321/8in shaft. The inner diameter of the sphere. Can I use the 14 tooth or 15 tooth freewheel on my application?
As for my bike I'm running the same 14 tooth 3/32 freewheel, but the smaller inner diameter, once I went up to the 17/18 it went to a bigger inner diameter. That should work for you.
Is there a difference in diameter between a 13 t free wheel and others?
I would like to know the inner diameter of 13T, which There are 18 inches in it.
The 16t freewheel is gold in color, right?
The color of the item is silver.
Selected User Reviews For DRIFT MANIAC BMX Single Speed Freewheel 13T/14T/15T/16T/17T/18T 60 Clicks Chrome Molybdenum Steel
Freewheel is a good product
Since this is my first time using the bike (not new to bicycling, though), take my opinions with a grain of salt. As to the 18T version, I bought it for a new SS build. It seems to be good quality, easy to install, and sounds great, even louder than all my other freewheels except for one. It may appeal to some people to hear a loud freewheel (as I do), but it may not appeal to others. In the meantime, I'll probably go with 16T & 17T gears so I can find the best gearing for my setup My current 17T is quite nice, and based on how good it is, I will buy new ones from the same manufacturer.
| May 01, 2021
I bought this freewheel to replace the one on my son's wally world BMX bike, since his freewheel stopped spinning after being used for a few weeks
Considering upgrading the freewheel, I went with this 16 tooth freewheel from DriftMANIAC that I ordered from DriftMANIAC. The item was in good shape when delivered. Additionally, I purchased the Drift Maniac 4 notch tool so that I can remove and install the top. In any case, I placed some anti-theft protection This caused the threads to seize and the installation to proceed. I was impressed with the ease in which the freewheel went on and the higher engagement that comes with a 16 tooth freewheel. This is a great replacement freewheel if you need one for a single speed. I will update my review after we have used the freewheel for a few days It's okay in the beginning as far as quality, fit, and function are concerned.
| Dec 10, 2020
It's a great part at a fair price
Using it on my son's BMX bike was a good solution. No play, great sound, and the ridges on the freewheel are easy to work with for removing it.
| Jun 22, 2021
This is a good Despite arriving very fast, it fits and functions perfectly
It has a very distinct micro ratchet sound, unlike all of the others, not the heavy clicks that I am I really like the way it catches very quickly. It's a little tight right now, but it After riding it tonight on my track bike with a 52x18, I have decided that it will remain in my collection. It will be nice to get back on the road tomorrow. The way this is put together looks great, but make sure you get the spline socket removal tool because this one has a different pattern from.
| Dec 07, 2020
You can support your local bike shop by purchasing from them
The freewheel pictures weren't sent along with false advertisements. A tool pictured was actually what I really needed when I was in a jam. The return policy is listed in the item description yet changes after you try to return it. Because of all the issues I've had with Amazon these past few months, I realized that it's nothing more than an overpriced merchandise from WISH with the same crappy quality.
| Oct 17, 2020
Can only free spins be used in one direction? Work on it
It's been used to make a freewheel crank for a homemade electric bike. It works perfectly. Since I had to have two sprockets, there will never be a chain on the teeth. 89t #25 sprocket fitted to 64mm 4 hole bicycle crank sprocket for the motor and 64mm 4 screw sprocket fit to 64mm 4 hole bicycle crank for the bike side. You will need 4 bolts through four teeth and a sprocket on either side spaced according to the necessary spacing. I found finding a crank arm with freewheel threads to be the most challenging part of the process.
| Sep 02, 2020
The freewheel sounds really good, but it is way There is no question that this is a heavy duty freewheel and it is built very well
The only problem is that it makes a very loud clicking noise when coasting, louder than any other freewheel I've As long as you do not find the sound bothersome or like the clicking sound, it will serve you well.
| Jan 16, 2021
There's a buzzzzzzzzzz
Freewheels like this one offer a great value at an excellent.
| Dec 22, 2020