Our standard four prong freewheel removal tool mates with most freewheels. Unique to the tool is the larger machined out center allowing the tool to over both the eccentric and standard ENO hub axle ends.
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I recently purchased an Airborne Wingman for urban riding. I do not care for the 12 tooth rear cog and want to change it out for an 18 tooth. I assume I can remove the freewheel and replace it, but I am having a hard time determining what tool is needed. I looked on Park's website and I did not find ... Read More »
I need to replace the Shimano Megadrive 7 speed freewheel on my son's 2010 specialized hotrock. There are a lot of tools to chose from, so I want to be sure I get the right one. I did get a kit that came with a "cassette remover", but it is too wide in diameter and this is a freewheel.
Anyone k ... Read More »
I've got a 2011 Epic Comp 29er and the freewheel assembally is toast. I need to remove the stupid thing to put a new one on but can't find anything on how to get it off. I've got the cassette/cogs off. I called Specialized and all they told me was to go to the local dealer. They were no help at all. ... Read More »
I have a 29' Bontrager Duster wheel, single speed. Trying to find out how to remove the freewheel to service the freewheel bearings. No luck and 2 LBS didn't know, either. Anyone know how to do this? Thank you. :madman:Read More »
I recently purchased a 2008 Redline Monocog. I wanted to give the SS 29er experience a try and love it. It was a good purchase; the bike was well maintained by the previous owner and had some nice upgrades. Unfortunately, about two weeks ago two spokes broke on the rear wheel and I took it to my LBS ... Read More »