...I used to have a heavy duty work bench with a vice embedded on the edge of it's top..that would be a great source to lock my free-wheel-nut puller into the jaws of the vice...'n then easily mount the wheel horizontally on the nut in the vice...grab the perimeter of the wheel...twist....and loosen/remove the free-wheel so that I could change/adjust spokes on the free-wheel side of that rear bike wheel.
I no longer have access to a work bench or a vice....but have the nut for free-wheel removal....'n need to find a way to avoid the $5 charge to pull a free-wheel that I typically have to pay a bike repair shop whenever I need to work on any of my rear-wheel spokes on the free-wheel side.
My vision is a bar around 30" long(roughly the diameter of the wheel) that the nut socket on it is either located in the center of the bar....or can be slid from one or either end to the center of the bar that would hold the 1" hex nut...brace the unmounted wheel horizontally on my lap with the free-wheel side up...insert the nut in it's socket on the bar into the free-wheel seat for the nut with the nut socket on the bar centered...'n twist that free-wheel free from the rear wheel with the arm/shoulder/upper-torso torque applied by me.
My first efforts going to Sears and Home Depot to find such a socket device have been unfruitful. My next step is to find access to a Snap-on tool inventory....but that cannot be cheap.....help!