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Old 06-30-21, 06:45 PM
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Make sure you’re wrapping the chain whip around the largest “chainring” cog in order to get the most teeth engaged and the most mechanical advantage. I’ve done this several times and never had a problem getting the intermediate shaft loose. You might try using two people for the job. The chain whip should not slip if you keep it straight in line with the cog when applying force.
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