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Sunrace 5 Speed Freewheel

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- 14, 16, 20, 24, 28t

Requires a Shimano type splined freewheel removal tool. (Shimano's own is SJSC part #870)
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Product Reviews (3)
Overall Product Rating 4.7 / 5
Just The Job
14 Mar 2017
5 / 5
I recommend this product
ProsSmooth changing. Not expensive
My old Peugeot had a five speed freewheel which was a little reluctant to shift with friction levers.
This new freewheel with its modern contoured teeth was such a remarkable improvement that I wish I had bought one years ago.
The increase from 24teeth to 28 also flattened the hills just a little bit
31 Jan 2017
5 / 5
I recommend this product
ConsNone I am aware of
ProsLimited market but still available here, very happy, fitted well with the Clarks chain.
Good solid "retro" 5 speed freewheel, similar to other review as I had a old 1970s Claud Butler frame that had 120mm rear hub. Fitted like a glove! Bought back memories from that era.
Good Quality Freewheel At An Excellent Price
18 Feb 2013
4 / 5
I recommend this product
ConsBit noisy
ProsCheap and excellent quality
I recently fitted one of these to my vintage Claud Butler when the Shimano replacement for the worn out orginal proved too wide. (Changing into 5th/10th was difficult in consequence.) The Sunrace immediately solved this problem and is great in use: smooth shifting and strong. Reviews on the internet said it was a bit noisy but good quality and I think this is bang on. In fact, I don't mind the noise: reminds me of the 1980s!
Questions & Answers (3)
The Width Please.
19 Feb 2017
What is the width of the freewheel please?

This freewheel is 31mm wide.

5 Speed Threaded Freewheel
19 Jul 2015
Hi there.

I have an Everest threaded freewheel that I'm looking to replace. Given they both hve a threaded mount is the main difference on this SunRace freewheel the extraction element i.e. it's Shimano rather than Suntour 2 prong?

Also what chain would you recommend for this freewheel?

Many thanks.

The threading will be the same between these two freewheels so the only difference would be the different tool required for removal. Any 3/32" 5/6spd chain would be suitable for use with this freewheel.

Threded Cassette Five Speed
01 May 2015
Hi, I am in need of one which I can manage to lock or permanently remove the freewheel function. Can you give me a hand?
Thanks and regards
Ola Jahr
Maximum build 30 mm

I'm afraid we don't sell any freewheels where you are able to turn off the freewheeling function.