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Right... switching to FFW - need to know the best/easiest way to get one of these old horrible freewheels off my hub.


It's only got the two indents... and the only removal tool I've got access to has four prongs...

Any suggestions/tips from experiance a welcome...




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Remove lockring, rip all the internals out, whack in a vice on what ever flat spots there are on it and twist for happiness. Good luck, or buy the correct tool (not recomended)

If you have no vice then simply cut the freewheel in half with grinder, simple.

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