RE: [CR]Help removing 1st generation Dura Ace freehub.


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From: Tom Harriman <transition202@hotmail.com>
To: <sbirmingham@mindspring.com>, Classic Rendezvous <classicrendezvous@bikelist.org>
Subject: RE: [CR]Help removing 1st generation Dura Ace freehub.
Date: Mon, 8 Dec 2008 02:04:02 +0000
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Hi Guys. A good source of information about this is the Sheldon Brown web site. As I recall, Sheldon wrote that you do need a special tool to remo ve the old freehud, (and he pictures one with the tool #) and that at lea st the seven speed hyperglide freehud could than be attached to the old bod y. I have been meaning to try this, but haven't gotten to it yet. Go to sheldonbrown.com, click on Dura Ace, it you should have all the inform ation you need. Good Luck.

Bye the way, would you please write and tell us if this worked. Thanks

Merry Christmass. Tom Harriman. San Francisco, Ca.
> From: sbirmingham@mindspring.com
> To: classicrendezvous@bikelist.org
> Subject: Re: [CR]Help removing 1st generation Dura Ace freehub.
> Date: Sun, 7 Dec 2008 11:25:30 -0500
>
> If I'm not mistaken, there's a special tool to remove the freehub body ,
> but doing that is a bit pointless since the body has a very coarse thread
> that isn't compatible with any of the newer freehub bodies which are 14x1
> thread
>
> The freehub body can be rebuilt if it's having problems, although I can 't
> recall if that one comes apart from the front or from the back. If yours is
> totally wrecked, I may have a replacement
> around somewhere. I don't have the special tool though. If it comes apart
> from the front
> I do have the tool to take it apart.
>
> Steve Birmingham
> Lowell, Massachusetts
> USA
>
> Date: Sun, 7 Dec 2008 10:11:29 -0500
> From: "Edward Albert" <ealbert01@gmail.com>
> Subject: Re: [CR]Help removing 1st generation Dura Ace freehub.
> Message: 16
>
> Billy,
> I think what you have is not the later Hyperglide but the early Uniglid e
> cassette. I believe that you can unthread the small cog using two chain
> whips (someone correct me if I am wrong). than the rest of the cogs slid e
> of as one piece. You cannot use hyperglide versions as the groove
> configuration is different. On the uniglides all the slots are the same on
> the hyperglide you have the one slot that is larger. I have filed off th e
> offending larger larger area on the cog body and it works fine on the
> Uniglide. I think, however you have to make sure you file off the rear
> facing edge rather than the front so that the cassette body does not move
> forward when you push down on the pedals. Hope I do not have this all
> wrong....
> Edward Albert
> Chappaqua, New York, U.S.A.
>
> On Sun, Dec 7, 2008 at 9:56 AM, <billydavid13@comcast.net> wrote:
>
> > Hi all. This is an early DA cassette hub where the small cog threads on
   to
> > lock the the other slide-on cogs in place. Once you remove the axle
> there's
> > an 8 splined female bolt head instead of the later 10mm allen head. Is
> the
> > re a tool made for unthreading this? Or something I can use for this
> purpos
> > e? Does it, in fact, unthread? And can I then thread on a later fre ehu
> > b unit to the old hub shell? Any info would be appreciated on or off li st.
> > Thanks. Billy Ketchum; Chicago, IL; USA.