Can Sach-Millard freewheels be rebuilt?

Discussion in 'Cycling Equipment' started by Billx, Mar 10, 2003.

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  1. Billx

    Billx Guest

    I have around 10 of these freewheels in 6 speed wide configuration with one or two worn out cogs in
    the (17-15-14) range. Is it possible to rebuild these freewheels and at what cost? Most of the
    people who still have freewheels in 6 speed x 21-13 denomination are asking more for them than what
    a new 9 speed cassette costs so I'm thinking it's time to retire the bike unless my worn freewheels
    can be rebuilt cheaply.
     
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  2. ibrunning-<< I have around 10 of these freewheels in 6 speed wide configuration with one or two worn
    out cogs in the (17-15-14) range. Is it possible to rebuild these freewheels and at what cost?

    If anybopdy still has cogs, yes. As for opening up the innards and replacing bearings,, that is
    possible also but really a PITA.

    << so I'm thinking it's time to retire the bike unless my worn freewheels can be rebuilt cheaply.

    If steel, have it 'cold set' to 130mm and use more current casettes of 8/9/10s-

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  3. toates

    toates Guest

    I have a bunch of that stuff, NOS, including hubs, bodies and more cogs than I care to count.
    Interested?
     
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