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Here I shall be showing you how to take apart the rear cluster (that bunch of gears!) from your bike. If you're wondering what you'd do with this ...
Equipment necessery will be:A rear cluster from a bicycle. I got mine from the back of a bicycle store in a big bin full of metal.A Dremel or ...
Lay your rear cluster out on a piece of cardboard / surface that you don't mind getting ruined and give it a good soaking with your degreaser / ...
Set up your Dremel with a fine cutting disc, 2mm is about the thickest that can be used on your average cluster. Put your cluster in a vice ...
Start up your Dremel on a fairly high speed, but not the fastest or the cutting pieces break too readily. Lower it into the large hole down the ...
Now you should have freed all but one of the pins. You can Dremel this one out, but I have an easier solution. Pivot the gears around so ...
You are now done! You should have 6 separate cogs in hand now, possibly a bit greasy but nothing a bit water won't get rid of! You can ...
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