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White Industries ENO Trials Freewheel
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White Industries
ENO Trials Freewheel

Mfg PartNum:
878
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The Standard By Which All Others Are Measured

White Industries' ENO Trials Freewheel is the single speed standard by which all others are measured. Starting with a driver made from 4130 steel that houses 6 heat-treated S7 tool steel pawls, for maximum engagement, White Industries added an 8620 steel case-hardened and electroless nickel-plated outer gear turning on an Enduro chromium steel bearing, essentially designing all the weak links out of the system. And because everything wears out eventually, they are designed to be rebuildable.

Features:

  • Threads: 1.37" x 24TPI
  • Trials freewheels have 72 points of engagement
  • 4130 heat-treated steel driver
  • 6 S7 tool steel pawls
  • 8620 steel case-hardened, nickel-plated gear
  • Enduro chromium steel bearings
  • Compatible with 3/32 chain
  • Available in 18t or 20t version

B-Stock - This product has one or more B-Stock units available. These units can be purchased at a discount (see option select). B-Stock units were returned from other customers and may have missing or damaged packaging materials. These units are otherwise as new. The full manufacturer warranty applies. Click Here for more information.

 

Cassette Type: Freewheels/ Fixed Cogs 

18 Tooth - 3/32 chain

Mfg PartNum: FWSS18TTRIALS 

20 Tooth - 3/32 chain

Mfg PartNum: FWSS20TTRIALS 

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