Regina Extra MegaRange!
I aim to please! My business seems to be rather unique. In all my searching I've not found another website offering bicycle freewheel cleaning, restoration, and service. I'm glad I can offer such a place, whether it is for those who hate to throw things away, the restoration purist, or just for someone who has been the sole owner of their bike for 40+ years and they want to keep it all original. I'm glad I can help, and do so at what is hopefully a reasonable price.
I do want customers to be satisfied, and if there is ever anything in question or wrong with a FWS serviced freewheel, I'll be glad to take it back for further attention, refund the cost, and cover reversed shipping. I stand behind my work and feel it is paramount that the customer come first and be satisfied.
Recently I have received unsolicited comments from happy FWS customers. I don't mean to toot my own horn, but I felt they were worth sharing. Some members of Bike Forums Classic & Vintage section have posted that dis-assembly, cleaning and greasing of freewheels is not necessary. They advocate for the less than adequate flush and oil method. But here is what a few happy FWS customers have said:
Before entering FreeWheelSpa.
This Shimano wide range 6 speed was moderately dirty on the outside, but in need of a cleaning and new grease on the inside. The spin was stiff and the clicks were less than enthusiastic.
Apart she came, cogs, spacers, bearing retainer, balls, and pawls. Into the spa she went, for cleaning and rejuvenation. When she emerged, she was ready for her makeover!
Synthetic grease for the ball bearings, high quality machine oil for the pawls. In no time whatsoever, this old Shimano, was purring like a kitten with a lifetime ahead, and no one to stop it!
The Spa Meister
In my normal life I'm a pastor, really, a husband, and a dad. In my spare time I ride and wrench bikes. Freewheel Spa might be a good way to contribute to Soc Sec!