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Park Tool BMX Freewheel Remover
Park Tool BMX Freewheel Remover
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The FR-6 Freewheel remover is designed to remove the four-notches freewheels from BMX
Always hold the remover secure to the hub using axle nut or quick release skewer
Also removes single speed bikes using the standard 1.37 x 24 tpi hub threading
Easily remove four-notch BMX freewheels from their hubs with the Park Tool Freewheel Remover: BMX. Forged from heat-treated alloy tool steel, this remover has a one-inch base to fit your wrench or bench vise, and uses a thin wall construction to get the job done without the removal of cones or locknuts. This particular remover has four notches approximately 32mm across measured inside to inside and 40mm outside to outside, and fits over axles with a thread diameter up to 16mm.
Park Tool offers a full range of tools for bicycle freewheel removal and installation. The FR-6 fits 32mmfour-notch tool fittings found on some BMX amp; single-speed freewheels. Thin wall construction allows use without removal of cones and locknuts. The 1" hexagonal base can be used in conjunction with a socket, wrench, or bench vise. Heat treated alloy tool steel construction for a lifetime of use.
The FR-6 has four notches approximately 32mm across measured inside to inside and 40mm outside-to-outside. Center bore for axle clearance is 16mm.
PARK TOOL: YOUR GUIDE TO THE WORLD OF CASSETTES amp; FREEWHEELS
CASSETTE OR FREEWHEEL?
To determine the type of rear sprocket system you have, find the tool fitting on the sprocket set. Spin the sprockets backwards. If the fitting spins with the cogs, it is a cassette system. If the tool fitting does not spin with the cogs, it is a freewheel system.
COUNT THE NOTCHES
To determine the type of freewheel tool needed, count the number of splines or notches and measure the outside diameter in the tool fitting. If there are 4 notches and the tool fitting is roughly 40mm across, the FR-6 is the correct tool.
THE RIGHT TOOLS FOR THE JOB
In addition to the correct tool, you will also need a method of driving it such as the Park Tool FRW-1 wrench, an adjustable wrench, or a 1" socket.
Park Tool makes a full line of cassette lockring and freewheel tools to empower you to remove the rear cogs of virtually any bicycle. Here's a selection of tools similar to the FR-6:
Since our origins in the back of a bike shop in 1963, it has been Park Tool's sole mission to design and manufacture high-quality tools that empower mechanics and riders of all skill levels to service their bicycles. Just like our other 500+ tools, our cassette and freewheel tools are a product of our decades of experience and expertise in the industry, in the shop and on the trail.
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