Here you go for those interested.....
I start by breaking the lockring/outer race free while still on the wheel because it's a left hand thread, and then remove the freewheel as usual.
Photo one shows the freewheel ready for surgery.
In the second photo I'm pointing to one of the two holes in the lockring/outer race in which you use a spanner wrench or punch to unscrew the lockring/outer race.
Photo number three... The lockring removed, and Oh no the dreaded bearings!!!!
At this point remove all the ball bearings and place them aside as I have counting them as some freewheels have a different number of balls in the inner and outer sides.
Now slowly lift the freewheel from the freewheel body.... Note how some ball bearings stay on the inner race while others stay in the freewheel race be carefull and do this slowly so you don't lose any.
I'm now pointing to the inner race on the freewheel. Clean this well with whatever solvent you like.
This is the inner race on the freewheel body. Clean this the same as you did in the last step.
These are the pawls and springs. Clean these as well and put a drop of 75w-90 gear oil on them.
These are the notches that the pawls engage.... Clean them as well and a thin film of gear oil as well.