re: [CR]need freewheel removal advice

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Date: Sat, 30 Jun 2007 13:07:54 -0700 (PDT)
From: "randy dugan" <rsdugan@yahoo.com>
Subject: re: [CR]need freewheel removal advice
To: jvs@sonic.net
cc: classicrendezvous <classicrendezvous@bikelist.org>


i think yahoo mail is corrupting my posts again, so sorry in advance. j ay, i think you can lace just the non-drive side to a rim and get enough le verage to remove the freewheel. did i read that on sheldon's site or make it up? anyone tried it?

randy dugan van nuys, ca usa


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Date: Sat, 30 Jun 2007 12:31:50 -0700

From: Jay Sexton <jvs(AT)sonic.net>

Subject: [CR]need freewheel rem oval advice

Well boys and girls, I just did something so incredi bly idiotic I can

only laugh at myself, in a sad sort of way. In the past I have been

amazed when I have seen or heard of somebody doing this same exact

thing. How dumb can you get, I remember thinking. After 40 plus

years of working on bicycles I finally did it.

Here goes, I'll just blurt it out.....I cut a hub out of a wheel befo re

I took the freewheel off. There, I said it.

Yup. St upid, huh. Go ahead, laugh, get it over with......okay,

done?? No w comes the advice part. Any suggestions on how to get the

darn fre ewheel off without having to lace it into a hub again? For

some rea son I am not getting any hits when I do an archive search, so I

turn to the collective wisdom.

I have been riding and working on fr eehubs for so long that in my haste

I forgot I was working on a freew heel hub.

Thanks for any help or references.

Jay stoo oopid Sexton

Sebastopol, CA