|2011-10-11, 08:32 AM||#1|
Join Date: Oct 2011
Need help with a Pashley unicycle model unknown.
I have an old Pashley unicycle which has not been used for a long time and I am trying to remove the wheel so I can change the tyre and inner tube, but I am struggling to work out how to remove the wheel.
I can remove the cranks using a crank removal tool, but I cannot work out how to remove the bottom bracket/axle as it is not similar to that of my road or mountain bike and a bottom bracket removal tool does not appear to fit it.
Is this the correct way to try and remove the wheel, or should I be trying to remove the Pashley Bearing Housings from the frame?
Any help or suggestions would be great.
|2011-10-11, 11:23 AM||#2|
Mainly XC Muni
Join Date: Aug 2004
Location: Dartmoor, England
Those Pashley bearing holders are a "lollipop" design, so the only way to get the wheel off the frame is to undo the bolt(s) holding the lollipops to the frame legs. You can't remove the axle - it's part of the hub.
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