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Shimano 7-speed Multiple Freewheel - 14-34 T MegaRange MFTZ31

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Product Description

Key Features:
  • Conquer the hills with the super-low 34T gear on this MegaRange TZ31 7-speed freewheel
  • A reliable 7-speed screw-on freewheel
  • The Shimano MegaRange system gives you a super-low 34T gear to help you tackle steep hills with ease
  • Engineered for smooth chain movement up or down the block
  • For 7-speed gear systems
  • Can be easily installed onto compatible screw-on type hub
  • Suitable for mountain bikes and a wide range of other cycles



Shimano 7-speed Multiple Freewheel - 14-34 T MegaRange MFTZ31 Reviews

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Overall Rating:
3.6
out of 5
3.63
Build Quality
3.40
Performance
4
Value For Money
3.50

Customer Reviews (5)

1
made from toffee

changes gears as expected. but unfortunately these gears appear to be made out of mild steel and have not been hardened. this is my fourth gear so far, and i know for a fact that within 12 months i will need another one because the teeth will be worn. i think shimano need to do something about this instead of having the customer to continously buy new parts.

changes gears as expected. but unfortunately these gears appear to be made out of mild steel and have not been hardened. this is my fourth gear so far, and i know for a fact that within 12 months i will need another one because the teeth will be worn. i think shimano need to do something about this instead of having the customer to continously buy new parts.

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1.2 out of 5
Build Quality: 0.5/5
Performance: 2.5/5
Value For Money: 0.5/5
4
Gets you up most hills!

This is the second Shimano megarange Freewheel block I've used and the oversize 32 tooth sprocket, combined with a small inner granny ring enables me to get up any hill on the Kentish South Downs. Just beware never to accidentally change into this gear when on the large outer chainring - unless you want to get your chain locked and stretched between the two! Best allow a couple of extra links in chain length (compared to length used with a standard freewheel) in case this ever happens.

This is the second Shimano megarange Freewheel block I've used and the oversize 32 tooth sprocket, combined with a small inner granny ring enables me to get up any hill on the Kentish South Downs. Just beware never to accidentally change into this gear when on the large outer chainring - unless you want to get your chain locked and stretched between the two! Best allow a couple of extra links in chain length (compared to length used with a standard freewheel) in case this ever happens.

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4.3 out of 5
Build Quality: 3.5/5
Performance: 5/5
Value For Money: 4.5/5
4
Great addition to my hybrid

I fitted one of these to an old Dawes hybrid. The Dawes has a 48/38/28 triple chainset and my aim was to turn the bike into an inexpensive tourer. The 34T lowest gear gets me up the steepest of hills, even with a couple of laden panniers attached. A slight downside (which you soon get used to) is the large gap between lowest gear and second lowest, but this is a very minor issue. Highly recommended.

I fitted one of these to an old Dawes hybrid. The Dawes has a 48/38/28 triple chainset and my aim was to turn the bike into an inexpensive tourer. The 34T lowest gear gets me up the steepest of hills, even with a couple of laden panniers attached. A slight downside (which you soon get used to) is the large gap between lowest gear and second lowest, but this is a very minor issue. Highly recommended.

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4 out of 5
Build Quality: 4/5
Performance: 4/5
Value For Money: 4/5
4
Easy pedalling

This is a good freewheel for going up hill. The lowest gear makes steep hills fairly easy. You need the right tool to remove and fit it.

This is a good freewheel for going up hill. The lowest gear makes steep hills fairly easy. You need the right tool to remove and fit it.

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4.3 out of 5
Build Quality: 5/5
Performance: 4.5/5
Value For Money: 3.5/5
4
Excellent value and well built

I installed this on my wife's bike to make those steeper hills less unattractive! The lowest gear of 34 teeth makes quite a difference over the old 30 tooth gear! Easy to install as long as you have the correct freewheel removal tool. I had to use an extension bar on the ratchet to loosen the old freewheel but this is quite normal according to the utube videos I watched. Quality as you'd expect from Shimano. I will use again esp at the price.

I installed this on my wife's bike to make those steeper hills less unattractive! The lowest gear of 34 teeth makes quite a difference over the old 30 tooth gear! Easy to install as long as you have the correct freewheel removal tool. I had to use an extension bar on the ratchet to loosen the old freewheel but this is quite normal according to the utube videos I watched. Quality as you'd expect from Shimano. I will use again esp at the price.

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4.3 out of 5
Build Quality: 4/5
Performance: 4/5
Value For Money: 5/5