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doubt about freewheel remover

Old 11-09-18, 11:33 AM
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doubt about freewheel remover

are single freewheel and cassette removal tool same?
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Unlikely. Most singles I've seen are BMX type and use a 4-point remover that's a couple of inches across. Cassette removers are generally smaller and a different pattern.
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No.
Shimano splined are very similar, but not interchangeable.
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Old 11-09-18, 11:56 AM
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Thank you......
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Old 11-09-18, 12:09 PM
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There are quite a few different types. This page at the Park tool site is a nice summary:

Park removers
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Old 11-09-18, 12:20 PM
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Nope

Originally Posted by jonahmano View Post
are single freewheel and cassette removal tool same?
Nope.. we get freewheels for upright 'park' tricycles, in the shop, with no remover at all,
you have to replace the piece it goes on* ,
with a keyway slot for the drive axle also, (But they're cheap)..

*but so rarely does anyone bother, it does not matter..

Multi speed freewheels have a lot of variety,
cassette lock rings fewer companies make them..

earliest cassette designs used the smallest cog to hold the rest on.

Bike shops have a drawer full of a lot of different removers...





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Everyone has a wall or drawer of these...

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