Doesn't Bicycle Classics (Greg Parker) offer these?
Richard Cielec Chicago, Illinois
"Robert D. Dayton,Jr." <email@example.com> wrote: Park makes a FR-4 which is supposed to work with Regina. But when I've tried to use it the walls are a bit too thick to remove the freewheel w/o removing the the cone. Luckily I a very thin walled aluminum one that works. Rob Dayton Charlotte,NC USA
-----Original Message----- From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of scott Baxter Sent: Saturday, January 28, 2006 7:30 PM To: firstname.lastname@example.org Subject: [CR]Real Regina freewheel remover
I bought a Regina freewheel, and found out that the Suntour 2 prong remover won't work. Park doesn't make a Regina remover. I thought I was screwed. I stumbled upon some Regina freewheel removers at A1 Bicycles in St. Louis, phone # (314) 821-0216. If you want an old-school Regina freewheel remover I'd call these folks up. I know at least one more is left. I've installed and removed the Regina freewheel at least 3 times today futzing with whether or not a 28 tooth cog will work with an old bronze body Gran Sport, and the remover functioned flawlessly.
St. Louis, MO