Zeus 2000 (7V)
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Category:  Freewheels
Name:  Zeus 2000 (7V)
Brand:  Zeus
Primary Group:  2000
Model:  29000
Years:  1982 - ?
Country:  Spain
Weight:  230 grams, 13-20
Added By: Peddie on 03/10/10
Updated By: peterbman on 03/31/14
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Cog Count 7Available ThreadingEnglish/ISO: 1.370" x 24;
French: 34.7mm x 1mm
ColorAluminium (Alloy); SilverIndex Compatibility 
Cog MaterialsAluminum Alloy; SteelIdentifying MarkingsZeus 2000 - Made in Spain
Removal Tool Style SplinedRemoval Tool VAR 401, 407; Park FR-4;
Zeus Splined;
Bicycle Research CT-2
Original Available RangesNumerous cog arrangements  
General Information
Late version of Zeus 2000 freewheel. This has 6 alloy sprockets, and the smallest made of steel. Interesting "missing" teeth for better shifting performance. Very brave idea on alloy sprockets...
1982 Catalog: "Zeus 2000 7 speed freewheel fits to 6 speed hubs, narrow chain must be used. Freewheel ratios availalble: 13 to 30 teeth.
7 speed cogs are slightly narrower and not interchangeable with 5 and 6 speed cogs."
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