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    ciocc pista is my unicorn
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    Regina CX/CX-S Freewheel Removal/Install

    I have Regina CX/CX-S Freewheel 14-21. I bought a park fr-4 to remove/install it and it doesn't quite fit. Is there a better tool for this?

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    Senior Member masi61's Avatar
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    Phil Wood used to make a splined FW removal tool that fit the Regina splined body perfectly. I've got a couple but I can't share - one is a little tighter than the other, these fit a couple of other splined freewheels as well - I can't remember which one. You might try ebay, or check with Phil Wood company directly.

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    feros ferio John E's Avatar
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    Does the CX take the same spline as the Regina America? My local bike shop actually sold me a spare Regina tool for $5; it doesn't hurt to ask at an older, well-established shop.
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