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    What tool do I need to remove this lockring?

    This is the stock wheel/cog from an '05 Bianchi SASS...just curious as to what I needed to remove the ring in order to change out the cog for an 18 tooth? I can't seem to find anything on the Park Tool website that matches this lockring...perhaps I'm just not looking in the right place!
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    hmm...the description says it fits 3 notch lockrings and I'm counting 6...what am I missing? Thanks for the link...I was looking under "Cassette and Freewheel Tools" rather than crank and bottom bracket stuff!

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    nevermind...think I got it. Just use the one notch end of the tool! I'm dense....

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    Mathmatics is a wonderful thing, SOMETIMES.

    Don't forget that 6/2 = 3. As long as the wrench has the correct diameter for the notches, three is always better than one.

    I just had to throw that out at you.

    Chris

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    Personally I just use channel lock pliers, but don't tell anybody.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CruzinJapan
    Don't forget that 6/2 = 3. As long as the wrench has the correct diameter for the notches, three is always better than one.

    I just had to throw that out at you.

    Chris

    yeah...I got it...what can I say, I'm mechanically challenged! Plus, I'd already commenced beer drinking for the weekend before posting

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