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Old 08-16-20, 03:55 PM
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FS: NOS Freewheel removal tools

I purchased a lot of FW removal tools seeking one tool in particular; these are the leftovers. They are all NOS, but some have surface blemishes from light corrosion. One (G) Suntour tool was corroded enough on the bottom to obscure the labeling; one (C) and the (D) Shimano were similarly corroded on the bottom only. I have wire-wheeled them all and the three others were lightly sanded (I'll knock a buck off each for those ones). Fortunately the prongs and splines were not affected by any corrosion and all prongs/splines are in new, unused condition.

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A) 3 Bicycle Research 24-spline for Normandy/Maillard French FW
B) 1 20-spline Unmarked for Atom French FW
C) 2 Unmarked 4-prong FW
D) 1 Shimano 2-prong "Free Hub" tool (this won't fit in regular Suntour freewheels - the diameter is too big)
E) 1 VAR 188 tool for French Cyclo FW (also slightly larger diameter than the Suntour 2-prong tool)
F) 1 Suntour 4-prong FW
G) 6 1 Suntour 2-prong FW $8 shipped CONUS
H) 1 Suntour "Freewheel Remover"



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Old 08-16-20, 04:13 PM
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I’m pretty sure I need that 24 spline tool. I think I’m good on the rest but I’m going to look thru my tools.

Edit: If this is the 30mm/24 spline tool, I'm in on that one tool. I needed one of these earlier when I was pulling apart an old Gitane.

Edit: I'll take the 2 prong shimano tool as well (d).

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Old 08-16-20, 05:22 PM
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PM-ing for a 24-spline Normandy tool
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Originally Posted by bikemig View Post
Iím pretty sure I need that 24 spline tool. I think Iím good on the rest but Iím going to look thru my tools.

Edit: If this is the 30mm/24 spline tool, I'm in on that one tool. I needed one of these earlier when I was pulling apart an old Gitane.

Edit: I'll take the 2 prong shimano tool as well (d).
I have those two tools set aside for you.
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Originally Posted by unworthy1 View Post
PM-ing for a 24-spline Normandy tool
Got it - it's yours.
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Old 08-16-20, 05:56 PM
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I will take A, F and G
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I'll take an (A - Normandy), (F & G - Suntour).
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Could you check and see if the C tools are match for the Suntour 4 prong thanks.
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Could you check and see if the C tools are match for the Suntour 4 prong thanks.
It is a match, but I have some provisional dibs at the moment - stand by...
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Originally Posted by droppedandlost View Post
I will take A, F and G
They are yours!
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Originally Posted by Hobbiano View Post
I'll take an (A - Normandy), (F & G - Suntour).
Out of A and F, but C and G are yours.
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Looks like you have them sold no troubles I have one not so great was just looking for something nicer on the cheap.
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Looks like you have them sold no troubles I have one not so great was just looking for something nicer on the cheap.
Youíve got second dibs if I donít hear back from @dmark.
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First six orders are paid and shipped - many thanks!

Sorry, @zukahn1, the four prongs are all taken.

@madpogue, you have dibs on two 2-prong Suntour tools.

Only one Suntour tool is left!
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nice Casey Neistat listing
I saw his pit part in Project Power Saturday, but haven't seen any of the the other things he does so don't quite follow... He seems like a very creative guy, so if it's a compliment, I'm grateful. I'm a visual person and was inspired by a past post by a fellow BFer.
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compliment for sure. a lot of his videos would create things that looked like your for sale "poster" with the magic marker and squares, clouds etc. made me smile
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