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Dust protective member for bicycle freewheel assembly










Image Number 2 for United States Patent #4732051.

A bicycle freewheel assembly comprising a hollow external body relatively rotatable with and radially spaced apart from a hollow internal body, a first dust protective member including a horizontal tubular body and an annular vertical flange and secured to the alternative of the internal body or the external body at one side of the the freewheel assembly, a second dust protective member including a horizontal tubular body and an annular vertical flange and secured to the alternative of the external body or a lock nut mounted on the internal body at the other side of the freewheel assembly, a first narrow clearance formed between the first dust protective member and the alternative of the internal body or the external body at the one side of the freewheel assembly, a second narrow clearance formed between the second dust protective member and the alternative of the external body or the lock nut at the other side of the freewheel assembly, and each of the first and the second clearances being L-shaped or hook-shaped to minimize undesirable intrusion of dust and/or rain into the inside of the freewheel assembly.








 
 
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