Shimano Freewheel

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  • Shimano freewheel
  • 7-speed
  • 14-28 teeth
  • Model 586417
  • Gifting note: This item ships in the manufacturer's original packaging. If intended as a gift, the packaging may reveal the contents.

    About this item

    The Shimano 7-Speed Freewheel will help serious and casual cyclists alike enjoy smooth shifting. It serves as a replacement for your mountain bike or hybrid bike. The bicycle freewheel features 14-28 teeth and easily fits into the Shimano splined remover. Designed by a leader in bicycle gears and parts, this item screws on easily and provides excellent set up for your drive train.

    Shimano Freewheel:

    • 7-speed
    • 14-28 teeth
    • Model 586417
    • Replacement Shimano freewheel for your mountain bike or hybrid bike
    • Super smooth shifting
    • Easily fits into the Shimano splined remover
    • Shimano is a leader in bicycle gears and parts
    • Screws on easily

    Specifications

    Primary Color: Silver
    Model No.: 586417
    Shipping Weight (in pounds): 2.0
    Product in Inches (L x W x H): 6.0 x 6.0 x 4.0
    Assembled in Country of Origin: USA or Imported
    Origin of Components: USA or Imported
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    Customer Reviews | 6 reviews | 4.7 out of 5

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    My mountain bike has all gears again!
    10/1/2010

    Customer review by Skipigeon

    5.0 stars by Skipigeon

    I've never replaced one of these before, and the hardest part was getting the old one off. Had to use a pipe over the end of the rachet to get more leverage. The new one screwed in and fit perfectly thanks to the great pictures online I got the right one for my 26" Schwinn Sidewinder mountain bike. The old one had some broken teeth and the chain used to slip when I applied full pressure. Now I don't have to worry about pushing too hard when I pedal.

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    Skipigeon
    Phoenix, AZ
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Gender:Male
    Age:55 - 64
    Usage:Every few days
    7 speed freewheel sprocket
    11/5/2010

    Customer review by zippyzach

    5.0 stars by zippyzach

    I ride my bike every day approx. 5 miles, and needed to replace my rear gears. I went a bike shop and heard $20, so i went online to see if it was cheaper. Managed to cut the price in half and get the same product... thanks again walmart :)

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    zippyzach
    missoula, mt
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Gender:Male
    Age:18 - 24
    Usage:Every day
    better than bike nashbar
    4/28/2010

    Customer review by pedalpusher10

    5.0 stars by pedalpusher10

    Purchased this freewheel to replace the one I ordered from bike nashbar for half the price. Better quality and alot quieter, plus it ships for free to local store.

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    pedalpusher10
    Bakersfild, CA
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Gender:Male
    Age:35 - 44
    Usage:Every day
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    the other part goes into the bike wheel and then you screw the freewheel into that part.
    by King112 1/29/2010
    • the freewheel goes screewed into the rear hub. you will need a special tool called "freewheel remover" which... right... removes the old freewheel. for installing the new freewheel you don't need anything, just manually screew your new freewheel into the rear hub. the usage itself is going to tight the part as required. let me know if you need photos, i still have the broken part so it can clarify issue and installation.
      by comm2work8/12/2011
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    • There is no other part. The freewheel screws directly onto a threaded hub which is part of the wheel, not a separate part.
      by bikes4ever7/24/2011
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    • NO, THE PART THAT GOES INTO THE WHEEL IS A COMPLETLY DIFFERENT PART. THE FREEWHEEL IS BY ITSELF AND IT DOES SCREW INTO THE PART YOU ARE REFERING TO.
      by GROCKO11/5/2010
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    • No it's just the gear. You'll need something to get the old one off of the other part like a Park Tools Shimano UG/HG puller (FR-1). That tool will also get it on with a #26 socket over the (FR-1).
      by Skipigeon10/1/2010
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    • The threads that the freewheel screws onto are an integral part of the wheel hub--which would not be included with the freewheel.
      by StupidNickname12349/16/2010
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