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Old 10-03-18, 08:54 AM
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ISO Normandy/Maillard freewheel extractor

I gave mine away, thinking I'll never need it again. Now I'm rebuilding a wheel for someone, and I need the tool. Does anyone have one sitting around? I'll pay. Thanks.
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Do you see the one that you need? If so, identify which one and send me a PM with your shipping address. If I have a spare, it is yours.
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The one Randy has labeled as 'Bicycle Research Splined - ???' is the one I have and use for Maillard freewheels.
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Old 10-03-18, 02:13 PM
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that picture has me searching my memory for what those tools worked on. Recessed 2 prong was Regina, right? I forget what unnamed splined 2 fit, but I recall using it a lot.
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Randy, that's very kind of you. @jethin says he may have one. Let's save a cross-border shipment if we can. And @Rotten is right. It's the Bicycle Research big splined one.

I declared myself out of the freewheel biz but now someone has asked me to build some wheels for him. They are for a Schwinn Twinn tandem which has the Normandy freewheel on an Atom drum brake hub. If I'm going to be in the wheel building business, it was dumb of me to get rid of extractors.
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[Confirmed that I have the wrong tool. Carry on...]

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Originally Posted by noglider View Post
I gave mine away, thinking I'll never need it again. Now I'm rebuilding a wheel for someone, and I need the tool. Does anyone have one sitting around? I'll pay. Thanks.

Tom, yes, it was a giveaway price, but you sold both your Atom & interlocking Maillard to me.
I can lend them back to you, but need them returned, as I have M freewheels installed.
Let me know
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I just went, through a hurricane or something that feels like a hurricane, and I have only one of the identified pullers. I can look at Bicycles for Humanity on Wednesday and will do so because most of their pullers were donated by me.
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I'm tempted to accept @Ex Pres's offer, but I think I can do more good with @randyjawa's offer, because after using the tool, I will pass it on to the next person needing it. Randy, I'll email you.
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I can do more good with @randyjawa's offer, because after using the tool, I will pass it on to the next person needing it. Randy, I'll email you.
O hope I did not send the wrong message. I have one of those pullers and I will lend it to you, but I do think it best that you send it back, Sorry if I confused this issue.

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These Schwinn/Normandy pullers are still readily available from various ebay vendors just fyi.
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O hope I did not send the wrong message. I have one of those pullers and I will lend it to you, but I do think it best that you send it back, Sorry if I confused this issue.

Best regards,

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I did get the wrong impression, but I'm fine with the loaner offer.
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I’ll send anyone one of these for $22 shipped in lower 48

I’ve got the Malliard/Atom kind and the bicycle research kind, which would be 25 shipped, if you’re outside of lower 48 let me know and I’ll figure something OUT!


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I’ll send anyone one of these for $22 shipped in lower 48

I’ve got the Malliard/Atom kind and the bicycle research kind, which would be 25 shipped, if you’re outside of lower 48 let me know and I’ll figure something OUT!


OK I'll take one. @randyjawa, you can hold off, and thank you for your kind offer. krems81, please email me rather than PM'ing me. My address is tom@noglider.com
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