Attached are pix of the 'Spline Tree' and 'Helm' I spoke of in last email
Bob Giordano wrote: All sounds good, the only new thing I'll add is a handy 'tool' we made: welded the FR1 freewheel remover to a small steel plate, then bolted the plate to a wall, right next to our truing stands and cone wrenches.
Several times a day it's used: push the wheel onto the tool, spin counterclockwise and off comes the free wheel. our 1st one lasted 2 years til too stripped, then made another.
Other than that, all other FW, Cassette and BB removers are on a spinning carousel we call the 'spline tree'.
-- Bob Giordano Free Cycles Missoula Shop: 732 S. 1st St. West, ph. 541.7284 10AM-6PM Tues-Sat, www.freecycles.org Missoula Institute for Sustainable Transportation www.strans.org, firstname.lastname@example.org, 406.830.7676
On Wed, Dec 13, 2017 at 1:31 AM, Josh Bisker <email@example.com mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: Heyyo! I've been in co-ops where they have neat ways of displaying the various freewheel and cassette tools, like on a board next to the hub types they fit. Is YOUR shop one of these? (Or do you just have 'em jumbled unhelpfully all together in a bin like we do?) Send a pic of what you got!
tldr: show us your rad way of housing freewheel/cassette tools that makes it easy for folks to find the right one.
EXTRA CREDIT: same question re bottom bracket tools!