Originally Posted by JonathanGennick
Some of the prong sizes looked different in the photos.
Just to be clear, some of the less common freewheels still use four prongs, but they're a slightly different shape or pattern. Like the specific tool for the Odyssey 13t freewheels.
And that's all assuming it's a 16t freewheel, which was the most common stock size on bmx bikes. If you happen to have a 14t on there, it probably needs one of the other four prong tools. Regardless, as long as you match the brand and/or number of teeth to the Dan's Comp description, you should be all set.
Last edited by BloomBikeShop; 07-28-11 at 05:02 PM.