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Which tool required for this ?
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Dear All,

Does anyone know which tool is required to remove the freewheel shown
Park tool FR2 is too small.

This freewheel belongs to my 1980s Raleigh Record Bike. Maillard stamped on the freewheel
I have quite a few removal tools but I'm at a loss to find this one.

[Image: Maillard%20freewheel%20_zpspq4vx09k.jpg....mp;amp;o=0]


Regards
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(08-10-2015, 02:25 PM)4 candals Wrote:  Dear All,

Does anyone know which tool is required to remove the freewheel shown
Park tool FR2 is too small.

This freewheel belongs to my 1980s Raleigh Record Bike. Maillard stamped on the freewheel
I have quite a few removal tools but I'm at a loss to find this one.

[Image: Maillard%20freewheel%20_zpspq4vx09k.jpg....mp;amp;o=0]


Regards
Your pic didn't come through. But I know the freewheel on the Raleigh records is not very good. Most bike shops will remove it for you, some free of charge, and furnish you with a more modern one. I know this doesn't answer your question but thought I would throw it into the mix anyway.
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