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So Cal Flyer Freewheel tool

Old 02-21-23, 06:05 AM
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So Cal Flyer Freewheel tool

My son just bought a used So Cal Flyer. He bought new rims and we need to transfer the freewheel cog over to them.

Does anyone know the part number/manufacturer for the correct tool that I need? I am looking to buy it quickly so probably Amazon would work best.

I canít post a picture here as I donít have the minimum 10 posts required to do so.

The freewheel says ďKDF-14 ATA CrMo Cold Extruded Freewheel ď


Any advice is appreciated.
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Old 02-21-23, 06:23 PM
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Honestly - just go here: https://www.parktool.com/en-int/blog...freewheel-type
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Old 02-22-23, 11:21 AM
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[QUOTE=Viich;22807913]Honestly - just go here:QUOTE]


Thanks. I emailed Park Tool earlier yesterday morning and I am waiting for a reply. I had looked on their website and could not find what I needed. Hopefully they have something. I am running out of options.
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Old 02-23-23, 06:41 AM
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You almost certainly need the FR-6. This is a 2-minute job at a LBS and they will have the correct tool, if you don't want to risk it.
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