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    cassette help

    im trying to take the cassette off of my rear tire and sumthing is wrong so can ne one tell me what to do
    thanks alot

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    something is wrong???

    Do you have a chain whip and the littl tool to remove the cassette? If not, that is what is wrong. If you do have the right tools, explain in a little more detail what is wrong.

    We'll be able to help a little more with more info.

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    Chainwhip around the cassette, cassette tool in the lockring, turn counterclockwise. Cassette may be hesitant to come off, give a few gentle taps.

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    yeah do you even have a cassette tool and a chain whip, or a chain...
    you can make a homemade chainwhip...
    but you need a cassette tool!
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    Didn't you read the sticker on that shock? It said not to do whatever you did.

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    damn yea i dont have a cassette tool f**k
    thanks for the help though

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    Quote Originally Posted by mack-a-nator
    im trying to take the cassette off of my rear tire and sumthing is wrong so can ne one tell me what to do
    thanks alot
    Sure, I'll tell you what to do: Don't work on your own bike if you don't know what to do.

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    take it too a LBS
    the trick is ENJOYING YOUR LIFE EACH DAY, don't waste them away wishing for better days

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    Tools are good.

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    still LBS.....very quick and easy
    Quote Originally Posted by dogonfr
    Tools are good.

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    How's about helping him then.

    It's really simple if you have the tools and have a brain in your skull.


    Take wheel off. Take skewer out if QR, take nuts off if bolt on. Insert. Wrap chain whip around. Best way to do it is put the long side on your right if you're working over the wheel with the drive side away from you. Sometimes if they aren't greased or anything, they are a ***** to come off. Use some elbow grease.

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    Quote Originally Posted by standard235
    How's about helping him then.

    It's really simple if you have the tools and have a brain in your skull.


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    dat be too easy me friend
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    Quote Originally Posted by standard235
    How's about helping him then.

    It's really simple if you have the tools and have a brain in your skull.


    Take wheel off. Take skewer out if QR, take nuts off if bolt on. Insert. Wrap chain whip around. Best way to do it is put the long side on your right if you're working over the wheel with the drive side away from you. Sometimes if they aren't greased or anything, they are a ***** to come off. Use some elbow grease.
    If you dont have all the tools you can talk him through it all day, it wont come off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dogonfr
    If you dont have all the tools you can talk him through it all day, it wont come off.
    actually a rag does wonders....but you need that socket thingy
    the trick is ENJOYING YOUR LIFE EACH DAY, don't waste them away wishing for better days

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    alright im gonna go get a cassette tool
    thanks for the help

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    Quote Originally Posted by SHIVER ME TIMBERS
    take it too a LBS

    or he can buy the $3.98 cent tool and do it himself...
    http://www.pricepoint.com/detail/146...-Guide-Pin.htm

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