Question about Mongoose Cycling
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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The model is not as important as what axle does it have and gears. Usually they are Shimano, but which model is that? look and see what it says, or else take it to a bike shop and ask them because you are more than likely going to need parts anyway. Sometimes, it is cheaper to buy a whole new wheel than to buy the tools and parts.
Posted on Sep 21, 2010
To remove any rear freewheel or cassette you will need to purchase a Park Tool. Park Tool is the best brand when it comes to bike repair. Google Park Tool and you can look through their products. You will need a cassette/freewheel remover. There are dozens of different companies that make hubs and cassettes (gear sprocket). Take a look at yours and see what company made it. You can than find out which tool with properly fit your cassette. These tools are made to fit in a wrench making hand removal easy. Some brands will require a chain whip. The only way you will know which too you need is by find the company name on the cassette/hub. Without this tool removal is virtually impossible. If you need help narrowing down which cassette remover you need you can always let me know the company name and I will let you know the proper cassette tool to purchase.
Posted on Nov 15, 2011
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