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Old 01-10-2018, 03:39 PM
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Depending on the back rim style. You can lock the wheel with broom handle and swing arm. Not recommended with spokes. Having someone else sit on the bike while holding brake works. Higher gear will help.
 
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Thanks for all the input gentlemen. I should have just done this in the first place. I'm buying the tool for myself.
 
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Thanks for all the input gentlemen. I should have just done this in the first place. I'm buying the tool for myself.
Don't beat yourself up over it. You'll be glad you did

I've been there and will do it again. I do love having a new tool hahahahaha
 
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more fun in making your own, though. got a box specially for such items. locking the pulley is simple enough.
 
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more fun in making your own, though. got a box specially for such items. locking the pulley is simple enough.
I considered that too and I have made some in the past. But I'm swamped at work this time of year so I'll buy this time.
 
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more fun in making your own, though. got a box specially for such items. locking the pulley is simple enough.
Got any pics?
 
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this would be a good thread or sticky: home made tools
when i do not have, junk pile and make, sometimes back to the junk pile after done.
some more complicated ones, i keep in a special box. as far as taking the pulley off, special tool not needed as well as going back on as i mentioned, just a piece of aluminum flat that fits the tooth and a frame member. i figured a tom terriffic hat was not needed. now if you are talking about one benched, then i would probably make one, but since it is easier to remove the pulley on the frame, never saw the need.
but bird is in hand, have a fxst with tranny issue that i might look at since the primary is off and have not gotten to pull the swing arm yet, tooooo cold.
 
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