Question about Cycling
You must have a special tool called a cog removal tool, you can buy one from your local bike shop. Or, better still, it is cheaper to have them remove it for you because this is a tool that you will onlyl use probably once and your bike shop will usually only charge their mininum rate. Good luck
Posted on Sep 15, 2010
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