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    Freewheel dissassembly...

    A while ago some on the forums posted on how to take apart a 7 speed freewheel assembly....after a while searching i could not find the thread ....can some one help me find it ? ill mail some pizza rolls to you if you do
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    here nuck, i searched uniglide and found my pizza.

    http://forums.mtbr.com/showthread.ph...light=uniglide
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    Quote Originally Posted by fishcreek
    here nuck, i searched uniglide and found my pizza.

    http://forums.mtbr.com/showthread.ph...light=uniglide
    opps, i was using the wrong term, thanks
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    well progress was slow but I took apart two of these to build one freewheeling SS freewheel for a surprise bike for my brother in law. ill post pics of the complete build tomorrow if it works out right.
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    Here it is

    Im not sure of the year but all I know its a Diamondback Outlook. The reasons I chose this bike was ,one because it was cheap as free two it had semi horizontal drops, and three its a bike for my brother in law. all it needs now is a new chain and its ready to roll. by far the most expensive item on the bike is the crankset which was also free. had to take apart two freewheels to get the spacers, I can say the tutorial mentioned above worked very well. mind the gross feet.









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