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** One only Trials Freewheel in 22T **

In 2002 Doug White decided the world needed a better freewheel.  Until then singlespeeders seemed to be content not knowing if their freewheel would last a week or a year, or fail a mile away from home or hundreds of miles. But whatwas certain was failure. Overnight the ENO freewheel became the standard to measure everything else against.

Starting with a driver made from heat treated 4130 steel that houses 3 heat treated S7 tool steel pawls (6 on the Trials model), we add an 8620 steel case-hardened and electroless nickel-plated outer gear turning on an Enduro chromium steel bearing.  We basically designed all the weak linksout of the system.  And because everything wears out eventually, we designed them to be rebuildable.

Standard single and DOS freewheels feature 36 points of engagement while the Trials freewheels utilize a thicker outer gear (the base, not the teeth) and 72 points of engagement to make those insane moves a little easier to pull off.

Our freewheel bearings are ABEC 3 or 5 grade depending on freewheel type, are made from chromium steel, and use a special Mobil XHP222 extra high pressure grease.

*All freewheels can use either 3/32” or ⅛” chains except 16T single and all DOS freewheels (see FAQ below)


FAQ


  • Can I swap my lockring for a different color? 

    • No.  Each freewheel size/model uses a specific lockring which we anodize a different color to make identification easier.

      • Blue: 16T single, 16/18 and 16/19 DOS

      • Red: 17T-23T single, 17/19 DOS and 20/22 DOS

      • Green: Trials 18T, 20T, 22T


  • Why can’t I run an ⅛” chain on the 16T freewheel? 

    • Because of the size of the driver and the bearings inside the gear, we are limited in how small we can make the diameter of the base of the gear.  On the 16T you’ll notice a groove machined on the base next to the teeth which is needed to clear even a 3/32” chain.  For an ⅛” chain that groove would need to be a bit deeper to allow the chain to fully seat down on the teeth but we can’t make the groove deeper without sacrificing the strength of the gear.  Running an ⅛” chain will prematurely wear out the chain and gear.


  • Why can’t I run an ⅛” chain on DOS freewheel?

    • Because there’s not enough room in between the teeth for the wider ⅛” chains.


  • I’m a big/burly/fast rider.  Will I break the standard freewheel and should I go with a Trials instead?

    • The standard freewheels are really, really tough and we haven’t seen an issue with failure on big/burly/fast riders. The main reason people want the Trials version is for the increased engagement (72 points vs 36 points).


  • Can I rebuild my White Industries freewheel?

    • You bet.  We sell the outer gears (they come with the bearing installed), bearings, pawls, springs, drivers, seals and lockrings if needed (did we leave anything out?).  Basically, we’ll sell you whatever parts you need to get your freewheel working again. 


Specs


  • Threads: 1.37” x 24TPI

  • Standard and DOS freewheels have 3 pawls and 36 points of engagement

  • Trials freewheels have 6 pawls and 72 points of engagement

  • Lockring colors:

    • Blue: 16T single, 16/18 DOS and 16/19 DOS

    • Red: 17T-23T single

    • Green: Trials 18T, 20T, 22T

  • Freewheel measurements for chainline calculations:

    • All freewheels are 18.4mm wide

    • On single freewheels (standard and Trials) center of teeth are 9mm from the inner base of the threads

    • On DOS freewheels inside teeth are 6.1mm from the inner base of the threads and the outside teeth are 11.8mm from the base. Teeth are 5.7mm apart center to center

  • Our freewheel tool is part #FWTOOLE and works way better on our freewheels than the other 4 prong tools on the market

  • Pin spanner needed to remove the lockring is the red Park SPA-2 with 2.3mm/.090” ends


*Freewheel rebuild instructions


Bearings


Freewheel Model

Enduro Bearing 

Inside/Outside/Width (mm)

ABEC Rating/Material

16 single (blue)

BB67082RS-6W 

40x50x6

3/chromium steel

17-23 single (red)

61808

40x52x7

5/chromium steel

18, 20, 22 trials (green)

61808

40x52x7

5/chromium steel

16/18 & 16/19 DOS (blue)

BB67082RS-6W

40x50x6

3/chromium steel

17/19 & 20/22 DOS (red)

61808

40x52x7

5/chromium steel

White Industries Trials Freewheel - 22T

Ready To Ship In: 7-10 Days (Cranks & some hubs may take longer as assembled to order)
Ships To: Worldwide
Returns: 60 Day Free Returns
Made In: Petaluma, CA, USA

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** One only Trials Freewheel in 22T **

In 2002 Doug White decided the world needed a better freewheel.  Until then singlespeeders seemed to be content not knowing if their freewheel would last a week or a year, or fail a mile away from home or hundreds of miles. But whatwas certain was failure. Overnight the ENO freewheel became the standard to measure everything else against.

Starting with a driver made from heat treated 4130 steel that houses 3 heat treated S7 tool steel pawls (6 on the Trials model), we add an 8620 steel case-hardened and electroless nickel-plated outer gear turning on an Enduro chromium steel bearing.  We basically designed all the weak linksout of the system.  And because everything wears out eventually, we designed them to be rebuildable.

Standard single and DOS freewheels feature 36 points of engagement while the Trials freewheels utilize a thicker outer gear (the base, not the teeth) and 72 points of engagement to make those insane moves a little easier to pull off.

Our freewheel bearings are ABEC 3 or 5 grade depending on freewheel type, are made from chromium steel, and use a special Mobil XHP222 extra high pressure grease.

*All freewheels can use either 3/32” or ⅛” chains except 16T single and all DOS freewheels (see FAQ below)


FAQ


  • Can I swap my lockring for a different color? 

    • No.  Each freewheel size/model uses a specific lockring which we anodize a different color to make identification easier.

      • Blue: 16T single, 16/18 and 16/19 DOS

      • Red: 17T-23T single, 17/19 DOS and 20/22 DOS

      • Green: Trials 18T, 20T, 22T


  • Why can’t I run an ⅛” chain on the 16T freewheel? 

    • Because of the size of the driver and the bearings inside the gear, we are limited in how small we can make the diameter of the base of the gear.  On the 16T you’ll notice a groove machined on the base next to the teeth which is needed to clear even a 3/32” chain.  For an ⅛” chain that groove would need to be a bit deeper to allow the chain to fully seat down on the teeth but we can’t make the groove deeper without sacrificing the strength of the gear.  Running an ⅛” chain will prematurely wear out the chain and gear.


  • Why can’t I run an ⅛” chain on DOS freewheel?

    • Because there’s not enough room in between the teeth for the wider ⅛” chains.


  • I’m a big/burly/fast rider.  Will I break the standard freewheel and should I go with a Trials instead?

    • The standard freewheels are really, really tough and we haven’t seen an issue with failure on big/burly/fast riders. The main reason people want the Trials version is for the increased engagement (72 points vs 36 points).


  • Can I rebuild my White Industries freewheel?

    • You bet.  We sell the outer gears (they come with the bearing installed), bearings, pawls, springs, drivers, seals and lockrings if needed (did we leave anything out?).  Basically, we’ll sell you whatever parts you need to get your freewheel working again. 


Specs


  • Threads: 1.37” x 24TPI

  • Standard and DOS freewheels have 3 pawls and 36 points of engagement

  • Trials freewheels have 6 pawls and 72 points of engagement

  • Lockring colors:

    • Blue: 16T single, 16/18 DOS and 16/19 DOS

    • Red: 17T-23T single

    • Green: Trials 18T, 20T, 22T

  • Freewheel measurements for chainline calculations:

    • All freewheels are 18.4mm wide

    • On single freewheels (standard and Trials) center of teeth are 9mm from the inner base of the threads

    • On DOS freewheels inside teeth are 6.1mm from the inner base of the threads and the outside teeth are 11.8mm from the base. Teeth are 5.7mm apart center to center

  • Our freewheel tool is part #FWTOOLE and works way better on our freewheels than the other 4 prong tools on the market

  • Pin spanner needed to remove the lockring is the red Park SPA-2 with 2.3mm/.090” ends


*Freewheel rebuild instructions


Bearings


Freewheel Model

Enduro Bearing 

Inside/Outside/Width (mm)

ABEC Rating/Material

16 single (blue)

BB67082RS-6W 

40x50x6

3/chromium steel

17-23 single (red)

61808

40x52x7

5/chromium steel

18, 20, 22 trials (green)

61808

40x52x7

5/chromium steel

16/18 & 16/19 DOS (blue)

BB67082RS-6W

40x50x6

3/chromium steel

17/19 & 20/22 DOS (red)

61808

40x52x7

5/chromium steel

  • AVT.Bike is an authorized White Industries dealer and proud to carry one of the largest selections of White Industries products available online and shipped anywhere in the world.
  • White Industries hubs & headsets are available in a range of colors (Silver, Black, Purple, Gold, Pink, Blue, Red), color options for other White Industries products may vary so please consult the specific product page for details on available colors.
  • Other colors and product options are available depending on stock levels, so if you don't see the color or exact product you are looking for please contact us.
  • We typically ship out White Industries product in around 3-5 days from placing your order, but in some cases this can take a few days longer as many cranks, hubs, headsets and BB's are built to order.
  • If you have any technical questions at all on White Industries products please contact us and we'll be pleased to help you out!
  • All White Industries products are responsibly manufactured in Petaluma, California, USA.