Shimano MF-TZ500 6/7-Speed Bike Freewheel

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Shimano MF-TZ500 6/7-Speed Bike Freewheel

Shimano MF-TZ500 - The whole is made of high-grade metal and has undergone special processing. Corrosion resistance, good heat resistance, and long service life.The internal thread has high precision, which can ensure the close connection with the bicycle hub and stable rotation. Easy to operate and low noise.It is suitable for mountain bikes, folding bikes and other common bicycles on the market.

 

SPECIFICATION:

Model MF-TZ500-6/ MF-TZ500-7
Name Threaded type hub 6/7 speed freewheel
Size 14-28 Teeth
Weight 0.4 kg
Package list Bike freewheel ×1

Shimano MF-TZ500 6/7-Speed Bike Freewheel

Shimano MF-TZ500 6/7-Speed Bike Freewheel / Sprocket

Shimano Sprocket

Hollow carving technology

Reduce weight and achieve speed-up effect.Dense gears can more accurately control the rhythm and improve efficiency.

High precision internal thread

The internal thread has high precision, which can ensure the close connection with the bicycle hub and stable rotation.

Smooth and efficient shifting experience

The sprocket has a chainring design with a wave-shaped slide groove, which can obtain a smooth and easy shifting experience during riding.


Application

Shimano MF-TZ500 6/7-Speed Bike Freewheel for Mountain bikes,folding bikes

Shimano MF-TZ500 6/7-Speed Bike Freewheel for Mountain bikes,folding bikes

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Tips: What is the difference between Shimano MF-TZ500-6/MF-TZ500-7 freewheel?

MF-TZ500-6: Features 6 teeth;  MF-TZ500-7: Features 7 teeth.

The number of teeth often corresponds to the number of speeds, with more cogs generally indicating a higher number of available speeds. The smaller the number of teeth of the bike freewheel, the stronger the traction force, which is suitable for mountains and climbing. The higher the number of teeth, the greater the ability to reach smooth and high-speed riding.

Customer Reviews

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george pichel
Bike cassette

Nice cassette and easy install

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Tom L.
Gray freewheel for vintage drivetrains

I have used these freewheels on both 6-speed and 7-speed vintage drivetrains. They work well with indexed shifting systems.

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T.Barbour
Drop in replacement for a Schwinn 21 speed hybrid

Quick easy replacement on an older Schwinn hybrid. Smooth shifting and quiet. It fixed the grinding rumble in the old wheel. You will need a standard Freewheel removal tool

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kpr
Very good product

Installed on mountain bike,Delivery same day very fast and nice delivery person.

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AC Review
For a regular bike

You can spend what ever on this part. I don't use it for high performance and thing it is a value. Inexpensive has been on bike for a 2 seasonsz. Works fine

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