Does not fit electric motor freewheels.
Posted by Samuel Sullivan on Sep 22nd 2016
Does the job, some advice though is when your pulling off your freewheel it helps to run a bolt through this tool and a nut and washer on the otherside of the crank arm. This helps alot ehen your trying to break loose the freewheel without having the tool wanting to come off of the freewheel. Afterwards you can undo the bolt and remove the freewheel. I locked my crank arm in a vice and used a sockeT and ratchet to remove it. That tip though will keep from fighting the tool/freewheel whilst not gaining progress. I highly suggest doing this in order to make removal much simpler.