Bicycle Research has a few tools for non Hyperglide freewheels:
The website shows pics and their part numbers below. Most of the tools should be around $10-12 at an LBS.
Sheldon Brown is a good resrouce for this too.
> I was working on the ted williams bike (I guess the subject will not die) today and I wanted to remove the freewheel so I could work on the hub. I tried the park FR-1 with no luck. I checked the park website and there does not seem to be a remover for a shimano freewheel from the early to mid 70's. Does anyone know if one of the other park removers will work? or does anyone have a sugestion on how to remove it? I checked for a model name and all it says is "Shimano Freewheel."
> marc garcia
> chicago Illinois