Question about Specialized Demo 7 I
Without a quick release, you'll need a 15 mm wrench. This operation is easy to take a part but can be difficult to reassemble. If you're not good mechanically, I suggest taking your bike to the nearest bike shop.
Posted on Nov 24, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: got a 2007 specialized demo
Chains don't just snap. Resolve the jamming and you'll have more success.
Shifting adjustment and controleld operator input will prolong the life of your drivetrain.
Posted on Mar 12, 2011
You need a freewheel/cassette removal tool. Here's a link to Park Tools page (great quality tools at reasonable prices) http://www.parktool.com/category/freewheel-cassette There are several different types to fit different styles. My usual method is to remove the quick release skewer, place the tool on the freewheel/cassette, put the skewer back on to hold the tool in place (skewer should be just a little loose). Put the tool side of the wheel down and clamp it in a vise. Then grab the wheel with your hands and twist it sharply (not slow and steady) counter-clockwise. Good luck, Vote if you found this helpful. Al K
Posted on Jun 08, 2011
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