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Does anyone know how I remove this freewheel?

I can't figure out what park removal tool is required. Is there something more that is necessary?
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#2
Park FR-1 freewheel removal tool. Other than that you'll need a vise or a good size crescent wrench to hold it.
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#3
(10-15-2014, 03:52 PM)DaveM Wrote:  Park FR-1 freewheel removal tool. Other than that you'll need a vise or a good size crescent wrench to hold it.

Thank you. I was making this more complicated that it actually is. The two spots for a pin spanner on the top were what was confusing me. I definitely don't want to take apart the freewheel, just remove it. :-)
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#4
Just Google "HG20 remover" for lots of sources, go to Video results to see the procedure.
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(10-15-2014, 05:30 PM)cny-man Wrote:  Just Google "HG20 remover" for lots of sources, go to Video results to see the procedure.

Thank you. I know how to remove a freewheel, just did not know which Park Tool to use.
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#6
Turns out it was a FR11. My LBS had one and helped me remove the freewheel.
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(10-15-2014, 06:00 PM)RunningBehind Wrote:  
(10-15-2014, 05:30 PM)cny-man Wrote:  Just Google "HG20 remover" for lots of sources, go to Video results to see the procedure.

Thank you. I know how to remove a freewheel, just did not know which Park Tool to use.

The search I suggested serves both functions, and as you said you were confused I thought that advisable. The proper tool is the FR-1 - the FR-11 may work but is meant for cassettes and BB's.
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