Were'nt these the freewheels that developed the dreaded body slop where the pawl wore into the body over time rendering it unserviceable?
-----Original Message----- From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]On Behalf Of mike richardson Sent: Tuesday, February 13, 2001 5:25 PM To: classicrendezvous Subject: Re: [CR]Cyclo Freewheels
I owned a Cyclo-Pans freewheel kit in my first years of racing. I do recall the servicablity factor to be excellent. If memory serves mine was purchased in '74 or maybe '75. Unfortunately, all I seem to have left is the cool zippered pouch!
Mike Richardson Statesville,NC -----Original Message----- From: Byron Morton <email@example.com> To: firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com> Date: Tuesday, February 13, 2001 12:12 PM Subject: [CR]Cyclo Freewheels
>Can anyone on the list give any history or general information about Cyclo
>freewheels? I recently picked up a "Cyclo - Pans" freewheel kit and I was
>wondering if anyone knows much about these things. The kit came in a
>zippered blue vinyl pack and consisted of (1) five-speed freewheel body,
>spare pawls & springs, bottle of oil, removal tool, instructions and cogs
>ranging from 13T - 24T. Cogs in position 1 & 2 thread onto the body and cogs
>3, 4 & 5 slide on. The body is six sided where cogs 3, 4 & 5 slide on -
>unlike SunTour (and Sachs, etc.) bodies that have splined cogs. The pawls
>and springs can be replaced with out disassembling the fw - they can be
>accessed by simply removing the cogs from the body. Apparently these kits
>were available in 6sp as well as "racing (13-24T)" and "touring(13-32T)"
>kits. I have posted a scan of one of the cogs at:
>Ill try to get a scan of the instruction sheet soon. My questions are:
>1: does anybody have any cogs to fit these bodies or know of any other fw's
>that use compatible cogs.
>2: During what time period were these "kits" made?
>3: Any general information about Cyclo Freewheels ("64" model, etc.)
>Many thanks in advance,