Re: [CR] Sachs Aris freewheel threading conundrum.

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Date: Mon, 19 Apr 2010 10:57:11 -0700
From: "pbbikes" <>
To: damien roohr <>
Subject: Re: [CR] Sachs Aris freewheel threading conundrum.

Yeah the freewheel threads are probaby iso , i swear the french felt nice but i didnt put any load on it so maybe thats the kicker- looks like good fit but but when ridden it will strip the hub.

thanks guys Barryscott mount shasta ca usa

On Mon, Apr 19, 2010 at 10:50 AM, damien roohr <> wrote:
> That's a good question. I have never thought about it. But I know that i
> have mixed and matched freewheels and hubs forever (since about 1975) with
> no problems.
> Perhaps freewheel threads are international standard?
> damien roohr
> canton, ct
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "pbbikes" <>
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> Sent: Monday, April 19, 2010 1:42:06 PM GMT -05:00 US/Canada Eastern
> Subject: [CR] Sachs Aris freewheel threading conundrum.
> Hey guys another question for the knowledgeable.
> I have a NIb Sachs Aris freewheel. No markings regarding threading or
> labeling on the box. Also couldnt find any online info on signs of what
> the threading might be.
> So trial and error, i very very gengly screw it on a few hubs that all have
> perfect threading. The thing screws on french, italian, and english
> freewheels with no resistance and dainty pressure.
> I know ISO will fit bsc and italian but whats up with the french threading
> working. There was no resistance and it felt like good solid fit with all
> 3. i inspected the threading on all when done and no change or damage.
> obviously teh freewheel itself is steel-so nothing there.
> Anyone care to shed light on this.
> bestest regards. Barry scott
> Mount shasta ca usa
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Barry Scott
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