WestCoast Posted July 5, 2008 Share Posted July 5, 2008 Having to remove the wheel when away from home base in the event of a puncture can be a problem if you don't have the right tools. Undoing the securing bolt (KA4020503) can be a hassle although I have released it using a shifter, however you can potentially damage the bolt head so I have had a special socket made up for the purpose. It's not expensive to fabricate as the barrel is made out of an old trailer jockey wheel and there is not a lot of welding to do. The drive size can be made to suit whatever you have in your toolkit. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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