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The proper technique is not to use a spanner. Clamp a vice to a hut door. Secure tool in vice jaws then slide onto freewheel. Using hands on wheel/tyre rotate anti-clockwise. This gives more leverage than even the largest adjustable spanners which would be the second best suggestion.
By Amazon Customer on 03 July 2016
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Hi Thank you for your email this is the correct tool thank you kind regards cyclerepairs
By Cycle Repairs SELLER on 13 May 2015
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sorry not know only thing is there are quite a few different sizes of these things, so would buy other sizes as well there not expensive there are even kits with these in at a very low price that come into Aldl each year which are a snip.
By Mr. Ray Worthington on 28 October 2014
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yes it does.... thanks
By CLOCK FACE SELLER on 08 April 2017
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Very useful and easy to use. It made a usually horrible job an extremely simple task.
By filip costa on 29 April 2014
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hi I am not 100 percent sure on your question but as a general rule cassettes produced after 1980s use Hg(hyperglide) removal tool , I think yours is 35mm , you would be better off getting a park tool they are made and described accurately to fit XTR disk brakes
By hong kong stuey on 25 April 2014
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Thank you for your question, Yes this will be fine to fit SIS UD. Regards
By E-BikesDirect SELLER on 08 July 2015
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Hi thank you for your query, this is the same as the FR1 C thank you kind regards cycle repairs
By Cycle Repairs SELLER on 04 April 2015
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Yes this is ideal for your needs. Good luck . Pete
By peter gammon on 07 November 2015
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I don't know. I used it to remove/replace a shimano freewheel so not sure if this would fit a cassette.
By Mr Mozart on 01 May 2017