i'm not familiar with older style freehubs i guess. no lock ring so i assumed it was freewheel. i stand corrected. didn't really need the snark though......Once again, looks like a freehub and a cassette, NOT a freewheel. An old Uniglide one, at that. What is the problem? Remove the cassette, then remove the freehub with a 10mm (or maybe 11mm) hex wrench about an inch down the tube (occasionally accessed only from the opposite end, loosened backwards).
You can tell by the splines its a cassette and freewheel body. Hey, what happened to the lock ring? Put it back on, dribble some oil through the freewheel mechanism, and go with it until the cogs wear out.
Yes, I can tell. All the splines are equal, hence, it's a Uniglide.You can tell by the splines its a cassette and freewheel body. Hey, what happened to the lock ring? ......
Those old 7 or 8 speed cassette bodies are still available, aren't they?