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Does anyone know which Tool?
#1
Hi All

Does anyone know the correct tool for this freewheel removal. The Park FR2 is too small.
The freewheel comes from a 1980s Raleigh Record. I've tried two local bike shops with no joy.

It has a Maillard stamp.

Thanks and Regards

M  
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#2
The freewheel appears to be already partially taken apart.  I would use chain whips (or better yet equivalent tools) to take the cogs off, and then attack the remainder.
Nigel
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#3
(08-12-2015, 04:57 PM)nfmisso Wrote:  The freewheel appears to be already partially taken apart.  I would use chain whips (or better yet equivalent tools) to take the cogs off, and then attack the remainder.

Thanks for the reply, much appreciated.

Regards

M
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