Wrap the chain whip tool around the largest sprocket and secure it. The chain whip tool holds the cassette in place so that you can loosen the lockring. Place the sprocket removal tool around the lockring. Use a crescent wrench to turn the lockring counter-clockwise, so that you can loosen and remove it.
How do you take a sprocket off a bike?
Hold cogs in clockwise direction with sprocket chain whip tool. Turn remover counter-clockwise, using a large adjustable wrench, the hex end of another Park Tool sprocket chain whip tool, or the Park Tool FRW-1 freewheel wrench. It will require force to remove the lockring.
How do you remove a freewheel sprocket?
- Mount bike in repair stand and remove rear wheel from bike.
- Remove quick-release skewer.
- Inspect freewheel center and select correct removal tool (see chart above).
- Engage tool into splines/notches.
- Reinstall quick-release skewer with skewer nut on outside of remover. …
- Snug skewer nut against remover.
How do you take pedal arms off a bike?
At a Glance:
- Use a pedal wrench or hex key to unscrew the pedals from the crank arms. Right pedals loosen by turning counter-clockwise, left pedals loosen clockwise.
- Apply bike grease to the new pedals and screw them in at an even 90 degree angle. …
- Screw in until each pedal is fully inserted and tight; then hit the road!