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White Industries ENO

Product code: 12907

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White Industries ENO

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17T

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- Super high quality freewheels from White Industries!
- Please note that these are NOT the ENO Trials freewheels, but the regular model. This freewheel was not designed with trials riding in mind. If you want to use a White Industries freewheel for trials riding, please see the ENO Trials model.
- 36 engagement points per revolution.
- Uses industry standard 1.375" x 24 tpi thread.
- Tooth width 3/32", suitable for 3/32", 1/8" and 3/16" chains.
- Fully sealed bearing system increases the smooth running life of the freewheel, making it vastly out-live many competitors.
- High quality case-hardened and then plated steel for ultimate durability and strength.
- Available in 16t (blue lockring) or 17t (red lockring) models.
- Weight: 159g (16t), 174g (17t)

Questions

Chris biasini

Hi. I have a Haro Steel Reserve 1.1 jump bike and wondering if this freewheel will fit on my bike?Thank you

Posted by Chris biasini

Reply from TartyBikes

Hi Chris!
We aren't too familiar with that bike, but from looking at the Haro website it sounds like it may come with a cassette hub as standard. If that's the case, this freewheel won't fit as it needs to screw on to a fixed rear hub.
To double check, you're welcome to send us a photo of your rear hub and we can see if it would be possible to fit it.

Ben Gruselle

Hi, on the trial version, there's this warning: "Uses 1.375" x 24 tpi thread. Please note that this is slightly larger than standard 1.37" and we recommend at least 9 threads of contact between crank arm and freewheel to prevent the crank arm thread from being stripped." Is this also true for the standard ENO freewheels as it " Uses industry standard 1.375" x 24 tpi thread" too? thanks ben

Posted by Ben Gruselle

Reply from TartyBikes

Hi Ben!
If you were planning on using the regular ENO in a front freewheel system then the same stipulation would apply. We didn't add that piece of information to the description for the regular ENO as typically they'll be used on the rear hub where it isn't a problem. It's generally just on trials cranks with marginal thread contact (due to using a bashring) that it becomes more problematic.
Hopefully this helps. If you have any more questions, feel free to ask.

Graham Hatt

Just wondering if I'm better off with the trials version or the regular version? I have a road single speed bike (a Planet X Pompino) that I use for commuting through all weathers and I I'm doing about 5k miles/year reasonably heavily loaded with double panniers. Is there any reason why I should go for the trials version? thanks, Graham

Posted by Graham Hatt

Reply from TartyBikes

Hi Graham - The main advantage of the trials model is the extra engagement points, but if you're just using it for road riding you'd be fine with the standard model. The standard freewheel engages all the pawls simultaneously (the Trials version uses 2 sets of 3 pawls) so would theoretically be a little more durable in the very long term, which sounds like it would be more beneficial for your needs. Thanks, Mark

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