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This one is way easy. Use a pneumatic impact wrench. There is very little torque transmitted. Bruuupppp and its off. I use this a lot with my single speed spin on cassette with the torque from Hades. Manually I need a six foot breaker with wheel tied down. Impact hammer is awesome. No vise. No marks on part. I would just hold hub carefully with work ...


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Unless its a super low spoke count wheel (16 or 20) then it should have 32 or 36 spokes. 9 broken ones is totally unrideable, but the remaining spokes should be okay to get the freewheel off with a vise and a freewheel tool. Depending on what killed 9 spokes, the rim may be unusable, and at some point your wallet is better off with a new replacement wheel. ...


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I have repaired a pedal powered toy that had an arrangement like this. It was an Italian ride-on toy tractor that had a modified coaster brake set up so that instead of back pedalling applying a brake, the "brake" mechanism inside the hub locked against the hub body so that you could pedal the toy backwards. The modification didn't seem particularly ...


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Have a look at the system Berg toys use for their go-karts. Its called a BFR hub (for backward, forward and reverse). This hub lets you go forward or backward, while always pedalling in forward direction. It also has a freewheel. The system needs two chains, with this being in the middle of your drive sprocket and axle sprocket. Hub: BFR Hub stands for ...


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Pretty sure that the MF series has the freewheel integrated with the cassette, so if you are going to a "pure" cassette, you will need to replace the freewheel and possibly the hub. You would need to replace the hub if you can't find a conversion to a non-integrated freewheel for your current hub. If the hub gets replaced, that could affect the disk as ...



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