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04-10-18, 06:32 AM
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Posted By miamijim

Yes. But, some have a rubber ring seal on the...

Yes. But, some have a rubber ring seal on the backside. Those models will NOT flush well unless the rubber seal is removed. Simply flick it out with a pick and then reinstall when your done.
04-10-18, 05:26 AM
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Posted By miamijim

I've pulled freehub bodies part and highly...

I've pulled freehub bodies part and highly suggest NOT to. Flush, spin, flush, spin and repeat until the effluent isn't dirty. Lub, spin, lub, spin repeat until the effluent isn't dirty.
04-01-18, 01:42 AM
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Posted By Kontact

I wouldn't use something caustic and water based...

I wouldn't use something caustic and water based like Simple Green. Use mineral spirits to avoid rusting the inside - especially the fine pawl springs.
02-06-18, 08:53 AM
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Posted By top506

Been there done that:

Been there done that:
02-06-18, 06:49 AM
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Posted By miamijim

That tool wont do much of anything different than...

That tool wont do much of anything different than an in situ repair as mentioned earlier. The only reason to remove the freehub is because it needs replacement or your going to swap it to another...
02-04-18, 07:28 PM
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Posted By Ghrumpy

You might just have to do it in situ. Spray some...

You might just have to do it in situ. Spray some Triflow or equivalent into the gap between the bearing race and the freehub shell and spin it around. Flip it over and let it drain. Repeat a few...
02-04-18, 07:10 PM
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Posted By Kontact

Dura Ace has always been incredibly...

Dura Ace has always been incredibly undersupported by Shimano. Try finding a replacement 103mm Shimano BB for a 7410 crank or parts to rebuild a "serviceable" 7700 Octalink BB. They treat the group...
02-04-18, 05:56 PM
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Posted By Ghrumpy

Cool. More for me. Those things are pretty...

Cool. More for me. Those things are pretty bombproof (which is why I asked the OP why he wants to remove it.)


Nope. That's the only downside to them. They aren't future-proof because you can't...
02-04-18, 05:00 PM
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Posted By johnlink

Here are two videos from RJ the Bike Guy dealing...

Here are two videos from RJ the Bike Guy dealing with freehubs.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f19BGYc5ysA

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X9gIEG1db0s
02-04-18, 04:41 PM
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Posted By T-Mar

The tool with two prongs is designed to...

The tool with two prongs is designed to adjust/remove the bearing cup from the freehub. It does not remove the freehub body. Using it to remove the freehub body is analogous to using a pin tool on a...
02-04-18, 03:44 PM
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Posted By johnlink

The TL-FH10 tool will remove the freehub. ...

The TL-FH10 tool will remove the freehub.


It's eight.
02-04-18, 03:29 PM
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Posted By thumpism

My packaging is not as pretty, but it's good to...

My packaging is not as pretty, but it's good to know what they can go for.
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02-04-18, 03:14 PM
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Posted By johnlink

I learned that what's required is the TL-FH10...

I learned that what's required is the TL-FH10 removal tool. I just bought a brand new one, in the bag, for $74.

Who says time travel is not possible?
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