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Published on 25 Sep 2017

To remove the freewheel, you will need a spacer too. Inspect freewheel for bearing cone. The cone will typically have pin holes. Use a pin spanner such as the SPA-2. The cone of the freewheel is a left-hand thread. Turn it clockwise to remove. The co

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