Haro Midway Freecoaster vs Sun Brickell Tandem 7

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Technical Specifications
Drivetrain -- K.M.C. 1/2" x 1/8", Silver (152 Links)
Frame Full Cr-Mo Frame w/ Integrated HT & MID BB Shell 6061 Series Aluminum, TIG-Welded
Stem Forged Alloy Top-Load, 50mm Ext. Alloy W/Micro Adj. Angle, 25.4 x 180mm Quill x 90mm Ext., Black
Stoker Stem: Alloy, Adjustable Reach (4-Bolt Face) Black
Handle Bar Full Cr-Mo 9" Rise Steel, 28.4" Wide x 7.3" Rise x 25.4 Clamp, Black
Stoker Handlebar: Steel, 27" Wide x 10.8" Rise x 25.4mm Clamp, Black
Fork 1 1/8" Threadless w/ Cr-Mo Internally Threaded Steerer Tube & Tapered Legs 1-1/8'' High Tensile Steel, Curved Legs, Double Eyelets
Seats Haro Padded Pivotal --
Seatpost Alloy Pivotal, 25.4mm
Clamp : Integrated
Alloy W/Integrated Clamp, 28.6 x 350mm, Black
Grip Haro Team Grips Kraton Rubber-Gel, 130mm, 2-Tone Black & Grey
Crankset 3-pc Cr-Mo 8 Spline 170mm --
Pedals Haro 78 Plastic w/ Cr-Mo Axle, 9/16 Slip Resistant Top, 9/16", Black
Chain KMC 410 K.M.C. 1/2" x 3/32", Silver (130 Links)
Shifters -- Rear Shifter: Shimano Tourney 7-Speed Twist Shifter
Saddle -- Comfort Cruiser, Elastomer Suspension, Black
Headset Sealed Integrated, 1 1/8" Semi Integrated, Steel, 25.4 x 44 x 30mm, Black
Derailleur Rear -- Shimano RD-TX35 Tourney
Hub Front Alloy Shell 36h, Loose Ball Alloy, 36H x 12G x 3/8" Bolt-On Axle, Black
Hub Rear Alloy Shell Freecoaster, 36h, Sealed Bearing Alloy, 36H x 12G x 3/8" Bolt-On Axle, Black
Spoke -- 12G Stainless Steel with Brass Nipples
Sprocket 25T Steel --
Bottom Bracket -- BC1.37'' x 24TPI, Steel, Caged Bearings
Spindle: Square Taper (JIS), Bolt Type, 68 x 110mm
Stand -- Alloy, Center Mount, Black
Tyres
Front Haro La Mesa 20 x 2.4" Kenda Komfort 26 x 1.95", Black Wall,26" x 1.90-2.35'', Schrader Valve
Rear Haro La Mesa 20 x 2.4" Kenda Komfort 26 x 1.95", Black Wall,26" x 1.90-2.35'', Schrader Valve
Wheel / RIM Rims : 20" Alloy 36h, Single Wall Rims: 26" x 36H x 12G, Alloy, Black
Front: 26" x 1.75 x 36H x 12G Alloy-Cruiser, Bolt-On
Rear: 26" x 1.75 x 36H x 12G Alloy-Cruiser (For Freewheel)
Brakes
Front Haro 78 Alloy 990 U-Brake Alloy (Linear Pull) Black
Rear Haro 78 Alloy 990 U-Brake Alloy (Linear Pull) Black
Brake Lever Haro 78 Alloy Hinged Lever Alloy (Linear Pull) Black / Silver
Suspension
Front -- --
Rear -- --
Colors Available
Colors Bali Blue --


Physical Specs
Length -- --
Weight 11.8 kg 22.6 kg
Overview
Features - 100% chromoly frame with mid BB shell, integrated head tube & seat clamp, 21" top tube length
- Full chromoly, internal threaded steerer tube, with tapered legs
- Chromoly bars, 9" rise with Haro 1978 alloy top load stem
- Haro 1978 3-piece chromoly 8-spline 170mm cranks with steel 25T sprocket and sealed Mid BB
- 25/9 gearing
- Alloy double wall rims with alloy hubs and sealed rear free-coaster with 9T driver
- Haro La Mesa tires 20x2.4" front/rear
- Haro padded Pivotal seat with alloy Pivotal post
- Haro 1978 plastic pedals
- Haro Team grips
- Haro 1978 alloy brakes with hinge clamp lever
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Additional Details Bottom Bracket : Sealed MID BB
Gearing : 25/9
Axle : 3/8" Front / 14mm Rear
Captain Crank Left: 3-Piece Alloy, 170mm x 42T x 1/2" x 1/8", Black (For Diamond Square Cranks)
Freewheel: Shimano TZ-21 (7-Speed) 14-28T
Captain Crank Right: 3-Piece Alloy, 170mm, Black (For Diamond Square Cranks)
Stoker Crank Left: 3-Piece Alloy, 170mm x 42T x 1/2" x 1/8", Black (For Diamond Square Cranks)
Stoker Crank Right: 3-Piece Alloy, 170mm x 42T x 1/2" x 3/32", Black (For Diamond Square Cranks)
Chainwheel: Steel, Black (4-Bolt x 104mm BCD) W/Plastic Chain Cover
Pulley Adjuster:Eccentric BB Insert
Seat Clamp: Alloy, 34.9mm I.D., with Double Bolt, Black
Stoker Seat Clamp: Alloy, 34.9mm I.D., Black
Front Fender: Plastic W/Rubber Bump Guards, Silver
Rear Fender: Plastic W/Rubber Bump Guards, Silver
Fender Set: Plastic, F&R W/Rubber Bump Guards, Silver

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