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Different configurations for lenticular wheels

A few things worth noting. A front disc wheel (lenticular or paracular) is almost always aerodynamically faster than a non-disc wheel, all other things being equal (e.g. tyre, pressures, etc.). So it'...
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How can I add an additional chain adapter to the existing solid bicycle axle?

Firstly a quick correction - the freewheel is attached to the hub of the wheel, not the axle. Your axle stays still relative to the frame, and the wheel revolves around the axle on bearings.Upshot,...
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How to properly tighten "internal" nut on the rear axis?

Freewheels like this are relatively uncommon now-days, mostly found on new BSOs or on older bikes. The cassette+freehub is much more common. My technique was to assemble the axle's drive side nuts ...
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How to properly tighten "internal" nut on the rear axis?

So one way to do this is taking the multiple freewheel off. That has been covered by the other answers, but let's say someone is doing this at home and for some reason they have cone wrenches but not ...
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