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Old 03-19-19, 01:43 PM
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Freewheel and crank tools

Clearing out some duplicate tools, all in reasonable used condition:

1) Kingsbridge helical, 2-prong tool for Campagnolo freewheel. US$12 shipped

2) TA 23mm crank puller. The Real Thing. $20 shipped

3) Stronglight 23.35mm crank puller. The Real Thing. $20 shipped.

4) Unknown splined freewheel tool. Fits Shimano UG-type splined freewheels. $10 shipped.

5) Park FR-4. Fits Atom, Zeus, Everest, Regina, etc. splined freewheels. $10 shipped.

6) Dura-Ace 2-prong freewheel remover. Fits old-style Dura-Ace freewheels, older Regina 2-slot freewheels and clones. $10 shipped.

7) Kingsbridge 2-prong freewheel remover. Fits old-style Dura-Ace freewheels, older Regina 2-slot freewheels and clones. $10 shipped.

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Dang it. My cheapskate self has been looking for one of those helical freewheel tools for a loooong time. Time to go out and ride.
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I can't really make out the splines on it but could the "unknown" tool be a Shimano bottom bracket cup tool?
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Not likely that the “unknown” fits a BB if it fits a UG freewheel.

I don’t suppose there’s any chance it fits a Shimano Front Freewheel System freewheel? They were slightly smaller diameter tools than the regular Shimano freewheel tool. I’ll have to measure he diameter of my freewheel’s splines.
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Originally Posted by mountaindave View Post
Not likely that the “unknown” fits a BB if it fits a UG freewheel.

Oops! Missed that.
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