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Old 03-02-19, 03:08 PM
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That looks to me like one of the Shimano hubs. Similar to the: M475 or M525 hubs.

I think it is a 12mm Allen wrench that you need, but I just use whatever fits. Standard Counter-Clockwise turning.

However, as I understand it, the Shimano freehubs are a unit not meant to be disassembled. Some people have "flushed" them.

I think people use a fork shaped tool made out of an old socket to disassemble them.

Or, here is an aftermarket tool.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Bicycle-shi...l/302099316296


You may not even need to remove the freehub from the wheel to disassemble it. But, be prepared for lots of small parts.
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