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freewheel

Postby ybot1983 » Thu Apr 24, 2014 7:56 am

Just a simply query, my freewheel bearing seem shot as the pedals are trying to turn when running.

i notice you can get a straight peg to fit thereby getting rid of pedals

does anyone know if its just a case of pulling the pedals off as im not quite sure if the bearings are seperate from the main drive

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re: freewheel

Postby John » Thu Apr 24, 2014 1:46 pm

Puch, you can pull the shaft out and put pegs in its place. Push to start while using clutch. Some even just spin the wheel while on centre stand and do a clutch start.
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re: freewheel

Postby Steadyaway » Sat Apr 26, 2014 6:18 am

It maybe cheaper and simpler to replace the drive on the rear wheel, keeping the pedals (as they're useful when going up steeper hills). They're available on YPVspares I think?
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Re: freewheel

Postby benty » Sat Feb 07, 2015 4:24 am

Hi Steadyaway ,I accept the post..Already i used the YPV spares for this freewheel cycle..Let try this spares to turn bicycle in YPV spares..Keep in touch with us...i will come back shortly...Thanks in Advance :shock: :shock:
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