Re: tomos front sprocket removal

James Bass /
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I know this thread is as old as dirt, but what I did was very carefully tighten a large crescent wrench around the nut until it had absolutely no play, then I took a short handle sledge hammer and beat on the crescent wrench. This is just as effective as an impact wrench if you do it correctly.

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