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Sorry about the HD Freewheel Back Order
Cut to the chase. We didn't order enough of them, soon enough.
So we order three times our normal order size. We thought we were out of the woods, had a firm date, but the date moved a couple times. Then we get some bad news. The plating shop screwed up. Back to square one.
We are now looking at next week. Sucks. We are truly sorry. I like to keep things on a positive note, but you guys get the raw truth, warts and all.
We vow to never run out again.PROUD MBc-Sponsor: Sick Bike Parts
Not to worry, these things are sometimes unavoidable.
I'll just keep checking the site every couple of days until they're available.... Steve
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You'll be glad you ordered the Heavy Duty Freewheel.
When it's in your hands, the quality of the item is second to none.
I've travelled 5000 kilometeres (3000 miles) and it stills operates like brand new.
I encourage everyone to simply, not even consider using the standard freewheel and trade up to the excellent and reliable and bullet proof strength of the heavy duty freewheel.
From memory, the Deluxe Shift Kit (the only sensible choice) comes with the heavy duty freewheel as standard equipment.
I already have one, I'm just ordering a a spare along with a few other things.
Both the HD Shift Kit and Deluxe HD Shift Kit include the HD freewheel.... Steve
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