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#1
I have an unusual bike and one of the freewheels fell apart recently. I was told that I need a 'pinsetter' tool. What is that? can anyone enlighten me? thanks, Jack
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#2
Jack, pictures required of what you have, and much more description.

Freewheels are generally considered to be replacement items like tires and chains.
Nigel
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#3
Thanks nfmisso,

My bike has 10 freewheels mounted on driveshafts so it's hard to replace. Hopefully this picture helps but maybe I just need to find a mechanic. Maybe beyond the scope of the forum. I appreciate your attention. John
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#4
One look at google and here it is.With more search you can find the specific sizes needed for your repair. Contact manufacturer for info. Looks like a solid build. No problem you can now fix your rickshaw. :-)))

http://www.hjmalone.com/Merchant2/merchant.mvc?Screen=PROD&Store_Code=HJMPARTS&Product_Code=12-860670-000BR

BTW further search indicates that its a bowling alley tool. Hmmmm. Perhaps a riveting tool is what you need.
Never Give Up!!!
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#5
I found it. It's a pin spanner wrench!

Thanks All!

http://www.whiteind.com/images/Instructions_Freewheel_Disassembly.pdf



BTW further search indicates that its a bowling alley tool. Hmmmm. Perhaps a riveting tool is what you need.
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