removing a track sprocketHome › Forum › Bike Forum › removing a track sprocketOverviewBike ForumChat ForumFor SaleWantedForum HelpClassified RulesViewing 5 posts - 1 through 5 (of 5 total)removing a track sprocket trail_ratMemberpark big ass 30 quid chain whip will shift it 😉 Posted 5 years ago mickyfinnMemberRemove lock ring. Place Rear wheel against a wall with somewhere for you to lean. Mount Bike and Back pedal like mutherF’er Posted 5 years ago skiMemberAnother way of doing it here:http://22.214.171.124/fisso/eng/schpignonestep1.htm Posted 5 years ago huwsMembercheers fellas, I’ll try the bodging methods tonight. Don’t really want to buy another chainwhip though as i have (a now somewhat bent) one already.If none of that works I’ll skid it down to the LBS tomorrow armed with biscuits and my dentists details. Posted 5 years ago huwsMemberI’m having a bit of trouble removing a track sprocket. Is it a really bad idea to leave the lock ring off and go for a ride pulling as many RAD SKIDZ as possible in an attempt to loosen it? Posted 5 years ago Viewing 5 posts - 1 through 5 (of 5 total)The topic ‘removing a track sprocket’ is closed to new replies.