Free-wheel change.

Discussion in 'Fixed Gear and Single Speed' started by Andrew Gronow, 2 Aug 2012.

  1. I've got a Specialized Langster and I want to change the freewheel from the current 16t to 18t (lots of hills in Wales). Not sure what freewheel tool I need. Help.
  2. tyred

    tyred Legendary Member

    It will probably have 2 or 4 notches in the centre to take a matching tool. There are many different size variations.

    It's easiest just to use a hammer and an old chisel/screwdriver in one of the notches.
  3. OP
    Andrew Gronow

    Andrew Gronow Regular

    Ahh, old school...
  4. My Langster Steel had the 4 notch freewheel.

    Just Google BMX freewheel tool, they're cheap as chips to buy :smile:

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