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Token Cromo 1/8 Inch Single Freewheel

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- Single speed
- Cromo CNC machined sprocket body and covers
- 2 sealed bearings
- Size: 1/2" x 1.8"
- Weight: 140g for 16T

-Requires ParkTool FR8C, SJSC Part #12958
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Product Reviews (3)
Overall Product Rating 4.3 / 5
Good So Far.
12 Oct 2016
4 / 5
I recommend this product
ConsRequires a dedicated tool.
ProsCheaper than the WI Eno and nearly as good.
I decided to try the Token freewheel after using WI's Eno. Price was the deciding factor. However, I found the engagement not quite as reliable. There have been a few moments it felt that it wouldn't engage. It did. Annoyingly, I have two freewheel removal tools which do not fit the Token unit.
20 Sep 2016
5 / 5
I recommend this product
ProsSealed bearings and unrivalled quality.
Excellent freewheel to upgrade a single speed. Beautiful quality. I know some will think twice at the price but you get what you pay for and can't compromise with the seats bearings compared to rival brands. I actually prefer this to White Industires and as always first class service from SJS.
Probably The Second Best Freewheel In The World.
11 Jul 2013
4 / 5
I recommend this product
ProsNice sound. Sealed
That is, after the White ENO. It makes a loud satisfying racket like a GT Ratchet, that lets people know you're coming. As far as I know it is the only sealed 1/8 single speed freewheel.
Questions & Answers (1)
Bearing Size For Token Single Speed Freewheel
12 Feb 2017
I have a Token single speed freewheel which is beginning to make cracking sounds occasionally when applying pressure. I'm not sure of the cause but will consider changing the bearings. Do you know what size they are?

Token don't make replacement bearings and we've never taken one of these freewheels apart to see what size they take so we would have no way of knowing what size is required I'm afraid.