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Topic: Cassette removal tool

Posted on: 14th Feb 2013 1:59 PM    Quote and Reply


bro, the bike hand 18 pcs set is selling in the $80 price range. My friend bought it at Giant Tampines iirc. 


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Posted on: 14th Feb 2013 3:00 PM    Quote and Reply


My bad, I didn't noticed that it was posted earlier that the bikehand tool box is now that costly.

I got mine from Milen of fusion cycle at a fraction of that price, but looks like he is not carrying them any more.

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Posted on: 15th Feb 2013 3:35 PM    Quote and Reply


Thanks guys for the input. Will i need the chain whip? or i could also do without?

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Posted on: 15th Feb 2013 3:57 PM    Quote and Reply


You need a chain whip for removal - the cassette will rotate around the freewheel during removal without. If you have an old chain and are pretty handy it is quite easy to make your own.

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Posted on: 15th Feb 2013 5:14 PM    Quote and Reply


So lucky, I managed without chain whip. Just circlip plier will do.

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Posted on: 19th Feb 2016 1:36 AM    Quote and Reply


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"Formerly posted by Stiffler: Below $30, difficult. You need a chainwhip, a cassette lockring removal tool, and maybe a pair of adjustable pliers to grip onto the tool.

Buy the X-Tools 18 pcs toolbox from Chainreactioncycles for about $70 + shipping or Bike Hand 18 pcs toolbox locally for about $80. Both will contain all the basic tools needed, including allen keys, spoke wrench, bb removal tool, crank remover, lockring removal tool, chain whip, cone wrench, etc.

I got my Bike Hand set from L&T in Tampines. Tampines Giant also sells them but last I checked they were out of stock. Parkway Giant does not carry the toolbox.  "

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Posted on: 19th Feb 2016 11:43 AM    Quote and Reply


hero... but get one just in case, u may damage the cassette if improper removal with unsuitable tools

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